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AuthorInternational Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (7th : 2003 : Berlin, Germany)
TitleRECOMB 2003 : proceedings of the seventh annual international conference on research in computational molecular biology, April 10-13, 2003, Berlin, Germany / Webb Miller ... [et al.], editors
Imprint New York : Association for Computing Machinery, c2003
Descript x, 341 p. : ill., charts ; 28 cm

CONTENT

Efficient extraction of mapping rules of atoms from enzymatic reaction data -- On de novo interpretation of tandem mass spectra for peptide identification -- Haplotypes and informative SNP selection algorithms: don't block out information -- Modeling dependencies in protein-DNA binding sites -- Efficient exact p-Value computation and applications to biosequence analysis -- Towards optimally multiplexed applications of universal DNA tag systems -- A comparative analysis method for detecting binding sites in coding regions -- Designing seeds for similarity search in genomic DNA -- Maximum likelihood on four taxa phylogenetic trees: analytic solutions -- Phylogenetically and spatially conserved word pairs associated with gene expression changes in Yeasts -- Haplotype phase inference (Invited) -- An integrated probabilistic model for functional prediction of proteins -- Large scale reconstruction of haplotypes from genotype data -- Optimizing exact genetic linkage computations -- Combinatorial synthesis on macroscopic solid support units (Invited) -- Finding recurrent sources in sequences -- Model-based inference of haplotype block variation -- Computational analysis of the human and other mammalian genomes (Invited) -- Accurate detection of very sparse sequence motifs -- Engineering a scalable placement heuristic for DNA probe arrays -- Whole-Genome comparative annotation and regulatory motif discovery in Multiple yeast species -- Joint classifier and feature optimization for cancer diagnosis using gene expression data -- A polynomial-time nuclear vector replacement algorithm for automated NMR resonance assignments -- A complete and effective move set for simplified protein folding -- Prediction of protein function (Invited) -- Efficient rule-based haplotyping algorithms for pedigree data -- Haplotype reconstruction from SNP alignment -- Gene selection criterion for discriminant microarray data analysis based on extreme value distributions -- A multi-expert system for the automatic detection of protein domains from sequence information -- Title to be announced (Invited) -- Biology and bioinformatics of halophilism (Invited) -- Resolution of haplotypes and haplotype frequencies from SNP genotypes of pooled samples -- Transforming men into mice: the nadeau-taylor chromosomal breakage model revisited -- Scoring two-species local alignments to try to statistically separate neutrally evolving from selected DNA segments -- Approximation of protein structure for fast similarity measures -- Combining phylogenetic and hidden markov models in biosequence analysis -- Low-level analyses of microarray data (Invited) -- Title to be announced (Invited) -- Using a mixture of probabilistic decision tress for direct prediction of protein function -- Modeling transcription programs: inferring binding site activity and dose-response model optimization -- Poetry and prose of the sequences (Invited) -- Physical network models and multi-source data integration -- Maximum entropy modeling of short sequence motifs with applications to RNA splicing signals -- Dynamic programming algorithms for haplotype block partitioning: applications to human chromosome 21 haplotype data


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