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IPPS
1998
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
A Molecular Quasi-Random Model of Computations Applied to Evaluate Collective Intelligence
The paper presents how the Random PROLOG Processor (RPP), a bio-inspired model of computations, can be used for formalization and analysis of a phenomenon - the Collective Intelli...
Tadeusz Szuba
AFRIGRAPH
2010
ACM
13 years 11 months ago
Visualization of solution sets from automated docking of molecular structures
Aligning structures, often referred to as docking or registration, is frequently required in fields such as computer science, robotics and structural biology. The task of alignin...
Johannes Jansen van Vuuren, Michelle Kuttel, James...
BMCBI
2011
13 years 2 months ago
Detection of viral sequence fragments of HIV-1 subfamilies yet unknown
Background: Methods of determining whether or not any particular HIV-1 sequence stems - completely or in part - from some unknown HIV-1 subtype are important for the design of vac...
Thomas Unterthiner, Anne-Kathrin Schultz, Jan Bull...
CIA
2007
Springer
14 years 1 months ago
A Probabilistic Framework for Decentralized Management of Trust and Quality
In this paper, we propose a probabilistic framework targeting three important issues in the computation of quality and trust in decentralized systems. Specifically, our approach a...
Le-Hung Vu, Karl Aberer
BMCBI
2010
202views more  BMCBI 2010»
13 years 7 months ago
NeMo: Network Module identification in Cytoscape
Background: As the size of the known human interactome grows, biologists increasingly rely on computational tools to identify patterns that represent protein complexes and pathway...
Corban G. Rivera, Rachit Vakil, Joel S. Bader