Abstract—EbolaVirus, which has high facilities up to 90%, is
introduced into the human population through close contact
with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of
infected animals. It is mostly occurred in Central and West
Africa, near tropical rainforests and their host are bats. In this
paper, we analyzed the DNA sequences of 5 Ebolavirus :
Bundibugyo Ebolavirus, Reston Ebolavirus, Sudan Ebolavirus,
TaiForest Ebolavirus, and Zaire Ebolavirus and investigated
the difference between them based on the genus they are
involved in. Furthermore, we look for the frequency of the
amino acid and find the similarities between the Ebolaviruses.
Index Terms—Ebolavirus, bundibugyo ebolavirus, reston ebolavirus, sudan ebolavirus, taiforest ebolavirus, zaire ebolavirus, decision tree, apriori algorithm.
Eunby Go is with the Genetics, Conversation and Evolutionary, Biology Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology SEOUL. She is at the HAFS (Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies) (e-mail: email@example.com).
Seungmin Lee is with the Neurobiology, Conversation and Evolutionary, Biology Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology SEOUL. She is enrolled in HAFS (Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies)(e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Taeseon Yoon was with the Korea University, South Korea. He is now with the Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, Lecturer, South Korea. (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: Eunby Go, Seungmin Lee, and Taeseon Yoon, "Analysis of Ebolavirus with Decision Tree and Apriori algorithm," International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 543-546, 2014.