Table 2: Comparison between KM and PSIPRED.

KM KM KM PSI PSI PSI

PDB all all
1hdn 73.8 78.5 82.26 89 88 93
1ubq 76.32 72.73 94.11 82 73 77
1vii 72.2 non 78.95 80 non 100
2nmq 64.18 65.38 non 60 54 non
1pba 74.04 non 73.33 68 non 70
1aps 84.7 80 90 80 83 87
1aey 67.3 77.8 non 44 35 non
1coa 45.31 71.05 61.53 81 60 92
1fkb 61.61 72.97 100 88 90 100
1mjc 71.01 80.64 non 69 70 non
1nyf 59.73 40 70 62 54 0
1pks 65 53.57 64.75 59 48 0
1shg 63.2 61.23 non 42 25 non
1srl 65.56 75 100 53 37 0
1ten 74.44 68 non 80 85 non
1ycc 63.4 58.58 60.01 51 0 53
2ci2 66.26 64.34 79.84 47 28 0

Avg 67.59 67.99 79.98 66.76 55.33 51.69

KM means the developed model and PSI means PSIPRED, which is developed by the University of London. Other names mean the percentage of prediction of total structure, alpha-helix, and beta-sheet with respect to two different methods. To compute prediction rate, NMR structure of each protein was used.