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2010
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A coupled convection-diffusion level set model for tracking epithelial cells in colonic crypts
Colorectal cancer is initiated in colonic crypts as a consequence of alterations leading to the disruption of the normal colonic cellular process. We propose a model, which couple...
Isabel N. Figueiredo, Carlos F. Leal, Tommaso Leon...
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2010
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Parallel computation of phylogenetic consensus trees
The field of bioinformatics is witnessing a rapid and overwhelming accumulation of molecular sequence data, predominantly driven by novel wet-lab sequencing techniques. This trend...
Andre J. Aberer, Nicholas D. Pattengale, Alexandro...
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2010
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Car-driving assistance using organization measurement of reactive multi-agent system
This work presents an approach to the obstacle avoidance problem, applicable in the frame of driver assistance. A decision, expressed as a proposed acceleration vector for the veh...
Franck Gechter, Jean-Michel Contet, Pablo Gruer, A...
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2010
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Theoretical enzyme design using the Kepler scientific workflows on the Grid
One of the greatest challenges in computational chemistry is the design of enzymes to catalyze non-natural chemical reactions. We focus on harnessing the distributed parallel comp...
Jianwu Wang, Prakashan Korambath, Seonah Kim, Scot...
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2010
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Ridge regression ensemble for toxicity prediction
Traditional methods of assessing chemical toxicity of various compounds require tests on animals, which raises ethical concerns and is expensive. Current legislation may lead to a...
Marcin Budka, Bogdan Gabrys
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2010
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Using the reconfigurable massively parallel architecture COPACOBANA 5000 for applications in bioinformatics
Currently several computational problems require high processing power to handle huge amounts of data, although underlying core algorithms appear to be rather simple. Especially i...
Lars Wienbrandt, Stefan Baumgart, Jost Bissel, Car...
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2010
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Exploring ontology metrics in the biomedical domain
Ontologies are gaining popularity in many domains as a way of representing, dealing and reasoning with large volumes of information, and they are starting to play a major role in ...
N. Manouselis, Miguel-Ángel Sicilia, Daniel...
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2010
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A mimetic tensor artificial viscosity method for arbitrary polyhedral meshes
We construct a new mimetic tensor artificial viscosity on general polyhedral meshes. The tensor viscosity is designed as a discretization of the differential operator div (u) with...
Konstantin Lipnikov, Mikhail J. Shashkov
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2010
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Towards generating optimised finite element solvers for GPUs from high-level specifications
We argue that producing maintainable high-performance implementations of finite element methods for multiple targets requires that they are written using a high-level domain-speci...
Graham R. Markall, David A. Ham, Paul H. J. Kelly
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2010
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The Deflated Relaxed Incomplete Cholesky CG method for use in a real-time ship simulator
Ship simulators are used for training purposes and therefore have to calculate realistic wave patterns around the moving ship in real time. We consider a wave model that is based ...
E. van't Wout, M. B. van Gijzen, A. Ditzel, Auke v...
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