Vladimir Gligorijevic, Noel Malod-Dognin and Natasa Przulj
Corresponding author: Prof. Natasa Przulj, e-mail: natasa [AT] cs.ucl.ac.uk
Fuse is a novel global multiple network aligner. First, it computes novel similarity
scores between proteins by fusing sequence similarities and network wiring patterns
over all proteins in all PPI networks being aligned, using non-negative matrix tri-factorization (NMTF).
Second, it construct a one-to-one global multiple network alignment by using an
approximate maximum weight k-partite matching solver.
A file contaning the sequence similarity between the proteins (e.g., 1-eval)
A file contaning the NMTF-based similarity between the proteins
Example of command line:
``./FUSE.exe -n network_list.txt -s sequence_scores.lst -t nmft_scores.lst -o an_output_file''
You can alternatively run ``./FUSE.exe -h'' to get the complete list of parameters.