1.paper01 Prof. Eugene Korotkov, katrin22@mtu-net.ru, Center of Bioengineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, Moscow, prospect 60-tya Oktyabrya, 7/1, "Latent Periodicity of Protein Kinase Amino Acid Sequences" 2.paper02 Keala Chan, iploft@iploft.com, Fernandex & Associates, LLP, 1047 El Camino Real, Suite 201, Menlo Park, CA 94025, "Patent Prosecution in Proteomics" 3.paper03 Ravi Janardan, janardan@cs.umn.edu, Dept. of Computer Science

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1.

paper01

Prof. Eugene Korotkov,
katrin22@mtu
-
net.ru
, Center of
Bioengineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, Moscow,
prospect 60
-
tya Oktyabrya, 7/1, "Latent Periodicity of Protein Kinase Amino
A
cid Sequences"

2.

paper02

Keala Chan,
iploft@iploft.com
, Fernandex & Associates, LLP,
1047 El Camino Real, Suite 201, Menlo Park, CA 94025, "Patent Prosecution in
Proteomics"

3.

paper03

Ravi Janardan,
janardan@cs.umn.edu
, Dept. of Computer Science
& Engineering, University of Minnesota, 4
-
192 EE/CS Bldg, 200 Union St. SE,
Minneapolis, MN 55455
-
0159, "Pairwise protein structure alignment based on an
orientation
-
independent repres
entation of the backbone geometry"

4.

paper04

Liu Quan,
liuquan@cys.dq.cnpc.com.cn
, Institute of Daqing Oil
Production Technology, Daqing 163453, China, “An Algorithm Based on
Equivalence Classes for Tableau

with Equality”

5.

paper05

Klaus Seidl,
kse@gbf.de
, German Research Center for
Biotechnology, Research Group Bioinformatics, Mascheroder Web 1, 38124
Braunschweig, Germany, “System
-
Level Analysis by PheGe’s Virtual Cell
Stud
io”

6.

paper06

Jesus S. Aguilar
-
Ruiz,
aguilar@lsi.us.es
, Department of Computer
Science, University of Seville, Spain, “Knowledge Discovery Approaches to
Gene Expression Data Interpretation”

7.

paper07

Chin Wei Chuen,
cweichue@dso.org.sg
, DSO National
Laboratories, 20 Science Park Drive, Singapore, 118230, “Coronary Artery
Disease Prediction Using DNA Microarrays, Neural Networks and other
Statistical Analysis Tools


8.

paper08

Zoe

Lacroix,
zoe.lacroix@asu.edu
, Arizona State University,
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, PO Box 876106, Tempe, AZ 85287
-
6106,
“Integrating Biological Data and Tools with BIS


9.

paper09

Haifeng Liu,
lhaifeng@dso.org.sg
, IFL/DS, DSO National
Laboratories, 20 Science Park Drive, Singapore 118230,
“Identification of High
-
Polymorphic Dinucleotide Tandem Repeats Using a Machine Learning
Approach


10.


paper10

Wai Ming Kong,
kong_wai_ming@nyp.gov.sg
, Bioinformatics
Group, Nanyang Polytechnic, 180 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Singapore 589830,
"Support Vector Machine Approach for Cancer Detection Using Amplified
Fragment Length Polymorphism
(AFLP) Screening Method"

11.

paper11

Jihane Boulahia
-
Smirani,
l.smirani@ttnet.tn
, ENSI./LIA, Artificial
Intelligence Group, Tunis, Tunisia, “A new neuro
-
symbolic hybrid system for
rule extraction or rule refinement”

12.

p
aper12

Zhirong Sun,
sunzhr@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
, Department of
Mathematical Science,Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, Reople’s Repbulic of
China, “Residue
-
couple Model for Protein Subcellular Localizat
ion Prediction


13.

paper13

D. Scott Warren,
dswarren@uncc.edu
, Computer Science
Department, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 9201 University City
Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28223, “
Length
-
Independent, Signal Proce
ssing Features for
Functional Classification and Prediction of Small Sequences of Lipase, Protease,
and Isomerase”

14.

paper14

H. C. (Paul) Lee,
hclee@phy.ncu.edu.tw
, Department of Physics
and Department of Life Sci
ence, National Central University, Chungli, Taiwan
320, ROC, “Evidence for growth of microbial genomes by short segmental
duplications


15.

paper15

Patrick Ma,
cschma@compu.polyu.edu.hk
, Department of
Computing
, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong
Kong SAR, China, “
A genetic algorithm
-
based approach for clustering gene
expression data”

16.

paper16

Hiromi Nishida,
hnishida@iam.u
-
tokyo.ac.jp
,

Institute of
Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, University of Tokyo, 1
-
1
-
1 Yayoi, Bunkyo
-
ku, Tokyo 113
-
0032, Japan,
“LysY: the best marker of prokaryotic lysine
biosynthesis through the aminoadipate pathway


17.

paper17

Andrew Jones,
jonesa@dcs.gla.ac.uk
, Department of Computing
Science and the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow,
Glasgow, G12 SQQ, UK, “Towards a data standard for two
-
dimensional gel
electrophoresis


18.

paper18

Huey
-
jenn C
hiang,
hjchiang@mail.ndhu.edu.tw
, Department of
Life Science & Institute of Biotechnology, National Dong Hwa University, 1,
Section 2, Da
-
Hsueh Road, Shou
-
Feng, Haulien, Taiwan 97441 R.O.C.,
“Surveying Geno
me to Identify Origins of DNA Replication
In Silico


19.

paper19

Tao Jiang,
jiang@cs.ucr.edu
, Department of Computer Science,
University of California, Riverside, CA, “Clustering binary fingerprint vectors
with missing
values for DNA array data analysis”

20.

paper20

Xue
-
wen Chen,
xwchen@csun.edu
, Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, California State University, 18111 Nordhoff Street,
Northridge, CA 91330, “
Finding express
ed genes using genetic algorithms and
support vector machines”

21.

paper21

Ashok K. Gupta, ashokgupta@hotmail.com, SIGCOM Co. HQ, 38
Charak Sadan, Vikaspuri, New Delhi, 110018, India, or in USA, 10 Wheeler Rd,
Westboro, MA 01581, "Multidimensional Multichannel

Multi
-
"Distinguish"
Dynamic Map in Dynamic Nodal Media"

22.

paper22

Shu
-
Yun Le,
shuyun@ncifcrf.gov
, Laboratory of Experimental and
Computational Biology, NCI Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer
Institute, NIH
, Bldg 469, Room 151, Frederick, MD 21702, “Statistical Inference
for Well
-
ordered Structures in Nucleotide Sequences


23.

paper23

Liaofu Luo,
lfluo@mail.imu.edu.cn
, Laboratory of Theoretical
Biophysics, Faculty of

Science and Technolgy, Inner Mongloia University,
Hohhut, 010021 China, “Protein secondary structural type is correlated with
codon translation efficiency and mRNA structure”

24.

paper24

Daming Yao,
dyao@uwaterloo.ca
,

School of Computer Science,
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada, “PathwayFinder:
Bridging the Way Towards Automatic Pathway Extraction”

25.

paper25

Michail Ya. Eingorin,
skit@unn.ac.ru
, Nizhniy Nov
gorod State
University, SRDE “SCIT”, P.O. 35, Nizhni Novgorod


136, Russia 603136, “To
fundamental Bases of Discrete Molecular Biology”

26.

paper26

Wei
-
Mou Zheng,
zheng@itp.ac.cn
, Institute of Theoretical
Physics, Acade
mia Sinica, Beijing 100080, China, “A flexible model for promoter
motifs”

27.

paper27

Simon M. Lin,
lin00025@mc.duke.edu
, Department of
Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University Medical Center, DUMC, Box
395
8,

Durham, NC 27710, “Using Decision Trees and Support Vector Machines
to Classify Genes by Names”

28.

paper28

Wen
-
Juan Hou,
wjhou@nlg.csie.ntu.edu.tw
, Department of
Computer Science and Information Engineering
, National Taiwan University, No.
1, Roosevelt Road Section 4, Taipei, Taiwan 106, R.O.C., “A Collocation Method
to Extract Biological Keywords and Its Application to Protein Name Recognition”

29.

paper29

Holger Mauch,
hmauch@hawaii.edu
, University of Hawaii at
Manoa, Dept. of Information and Computer Science, 1680 East
-
West Road,
Honolulu, HI 96822, “Genetic Algorithm Approach for the Center Sequence
Problem Arising in Post
-
transcriptional Gene Silencing”

30.

paper30

Phil
Bourne,
bourne@sdsc.edu
, Integrative Biosciences, San Diego
Supercomputer Center MC 0505, National Partnership for Advanced
Computational Infrastructure, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman
Drive, La Jol
la, CA 92093
-
0505, “Statistical and Visual Morph Movie Analysis
of Crystallographic Mutant Selection Bias in Protein Mutation Resource Data


31.

paper31

Daniel Nocirici,
Daniel.nicorici@tut.fi
, Tampere Internation
al
Center for Signal Processing, Tampere University of Technology, P.O. Box 553,
FIN
-
33101 Tampere, Finland, “Divergence Measures for DNA Segmentation”

32.

paper32

Bailin Hao,
hao@itp.ac.cn
, T
-
Life Research Center, Fudan
U
niversity, Shanghai 200433, China, “Prokaryote Phylogeny without Sequence
Alignment: From Avoidance Signature to Composition Distance”

33.

paper33

Chris Ding,
chqding@lbl.gov
, NERSC Division, Lawrence
Berkeley National L
aboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720,
“Minimum Redundancy Feature Selection for Microarray Gene Expression Data


34.

paper34

Moritz Maass,
maass@informatik.tu
-
muenchen.de
, Fakultaet fue
r
Informatik, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Boltzmannstrasse 3, D
-
85748
Garching, Germany,
“A Fast Algorithm for the Inexact Characteristic String
Problem


35.

paper35

Yen
-
Wei Chu,
ywchu@cis.nctu.edu.tw
, Depart
ment of Computer
and Information Science, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, 300 Taiwan,

A Schema Finding Approach for the Regularity of Secondary Protein Structure


36.

paper36

Patrick Ruch,
Patrick.ruch
@dim.hcuge.ch
, University Hospital of
Geneva, CH
-
1211 Geneva 5, Switzerland, “Large Scale Biomedical Concept
Mapping”

37.

paper37

Nadia Pisanti,
pisanti@di.unipi.it
, Department of Computer
Science, University of Pis
a, Via Buonarroti8 2, 56127 Pisa, Italy,
Paper
withdrawn

38.

paper38

Chia H. Yeh,
chyeh@sipi.usc.edu
, Department of Electrical
-
Systems Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089,
“Genomic DN
A Sequence Visualization Through Pentahedron Walking


39.

paper39

G. Sampath,
sampath@tcnj.edu
, Department of Computer Science,
The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ 08628, “
A block coding method that leads
to significan
tly lower entropy values for the proteins of Haemophilus Influenzae
and its coding sections


40.

paper40

Ka Kit Leung,
kkleung@cse.cuhk.edu.hk
, Department of Biology,
the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin,
Hong Kong SAR, China,
“3.5
Degree Structure Modeling


41.

paper41

Kazuhiro Seki,
kseki@indiana.edu
, Laboratory of Applied
Informatics Research, Indiana University, 1320 East Tenth Streeet, LI 011,
Bloomington, IN 47405
-
3907,
“A Probabilistic Model of Identifying Protein
Names and their Name Boundaries


42.

paper42

Jack Min,
jack@gene.concordia.ca
, Centre for Structural and
Functional Genomics, Concordia University, Montreal QC
H3G 1M8 Canada,
“TargetFinder and Annotator: A Simple Approach for Finding Full
-
length Target
cDNAs and for Annotating EST Sequences


43.

paper43

Ravi Janardan,
janardan@cs.umn.edu
, Department of Coputer
Science & En
gineering, Uniersity of Minnesota, 4
-
192 EE/CS Bldg., 200 Union
St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
-
0159,
“Approximate multiple protein structure
alignment using the Sum
-
of
-
Pairs distance


44.

paper44

Suchendra M. Bhandarkar,
suchi@cs.uga.edu
, Department of
Computer Science, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
-
7404,
“A
Parallel Evolutionary Method for Physical Mapping of Chromosomes


45.

paper45

Russell

Schwartz,
russells@andr
ew.cmu.edu
, Carnegie Mellon
University, Room MI
-
246B,

440 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213,
“Haplotype
Motifs: An Algorithmic Approach to Locating Evolutionarily Conserved Patterns
in Haploid Sequences


46.

paper46

Jitender S. Deogun,
deogun@cse.unl.edu
, Department of
Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nebraska


Lincoln, Lincoln,
NE 68588
-
0115,
“PLUMMER: An Almost Linear Approach to Multiple Whole
Genome Alignment


47.

paper47

Tai Hsu,
hsuta@cs.orst.edu
, Department of Computer Science,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331,
“Walking Tree Method for
Biological Sequence Alignment


48.

paper48

Chia
-
Yu Yen,
cyen@ouray.cu
denver.edu
, Department of
Computer Science and Engineering, University of Colorado at Denver, Denver,
CO, “Identification of Contaminants in Proteomics Mass Spectrometry Data”

49.

paper49

Wing
-
Kin Sung,
ksung@comp
.nus.edu.sg
, Department of
Computer Science, National University of Singapore, Singapore, “Fast and
Accurate Probe Selection Algorithm for Large Genomes


50.

paper50

Chengpeng Bi,
cbi@ucdavis.edu
, UC Davis Genome
Center
,University of California, Davis, CA 95616,
: “The Approximate Algorithm
for Analysis of the Strand Separation Transition in Superhelical DNA Using
Nearest Neighbor Energetics


51.

paper51

Alejandro Heredia
-
Langner,
Alejandro.Heredia
-
Langner@pnl.gov
,
Statistical and Quantitative Sciences, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,
Richland, WA 99352,
“A heuristic optimization framework for the construction of
De Novo peptide sequences


52.

paper52

Kasemsant Kuph
anumat,
kasemsant@biotec.or.th
, Advanced
Visual and Intelligent Computing Research Center, Department of Mathematics,
Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 1003, Thailand,
“Highly
Accurate Prot
ein Secondary Structure Prediction by Combination of nth
-
order
Markov Transition Matrix and Support Vector Machine


53.

paper53

Vijay Narayanasamy,
vnarayan@cs.iupui.edu
, 723 W Michigan St.
SL 280, Indiana Universi
ty Purdue University Indianapolis,

IN 46202, :
“TransMiner: Mining Transitive Associations among Biological Objects from
Medline


54.

paper54

Seiya Imoto,
imoto@ims.u
-
tokyo.ac.jp
, Human Genome Center,
institute o
f Medical Science, University of Tokyo, 4
-
6
-
1 Shirokanedai, Minato
-
ku, Tokyo, 108
-
8639, Japan,
“Combining Microarrays and Biological Knowledge
for Estimating Gene Networks via Bayesian Networks


55.

paper55

Peter Saffrey,
p.saffrey@ucl.ac.uk
, Departemtns of Mathematics,
Physiology, Centre for Mathematics and Physics in the Life and Experimental
Sciences, University College London, London, NW1 2HE, United Kingdom,
“Model Orchestration: addressing the model management c
hallenges of systems
biology


56.

paper56

M. Levent Kurnaz,
kurnaz@boun.edu.tr
, Department of Physics,
Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey,
“A Computer
-
Based Model for the
Regulation of Mitogen Activated Protein Kin
ase (MAPK) Activation


57.

paper57

Sung
-
Joon Park,
park@es.dis.titech.ac.jp
, Department of
Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Interdisciplinary Graduate
School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Ins
titute of Technology, R1
-
418,
4259 Nagatsuta, Midori
-
ku, Yokohama, 226
-
8502 Japan,
“Protein structure
comparison by local fragment posture and global atomic superposition


58.

paper58

Sven Rahmann,
sven.rahmann
@molgen.mpg.de
, Department of
Computational Molecular Biology, Max
-
Planck
-
Institute for Molecular Genetics,

Ihnestrasse 63, D
-
14195 Berlin, Germany,
“Fast and Sensitive Probe Selection for
DNA Chips Using Jumps in Matching Statistics


59.

paper59

Isil Akson,
aksan@boun.edu.tr
, Yeditepe University, Faculty of
Pharmacy, 26 Agustos Yerlesimi, 81120, Kayisdagi, Istanbul, Turkey,
“A
computer model for the kinetics of chromatin modifications at the immediate
early gene promo
ter
-

brief communication


60.

paper60

Uwe Radetzki,
ur@iai.uni
-
bonn.de
, Department of Computer
Science III*, University of Bonn, Roemestrasse 164, d
-
53117 Bonn, Germany,
“Mediator
-
based Interoperation in Computationa
l Biology: A Characterization of
the Mediator Concept


61.

paper61

Alfredo Ferro,
ferro@dmi.unict.it
, Dipartimento di Matematica e
Informatica, Universita di Catania, Italy,
“ANTICLUSTAL: Multiple Sequence
Alignment b
y Antipole Clustering and Linear Approximate 1
-
Median Selection


62.

paper62

Monica Chagoyen,
monica@cnb.uam.es
, Biocomputing Unit,
Centro Nacional de Biotenologia, Campus Universidad Autonoma, 28049
Madrid, Spain,
“A
Semantic Mediation Approach for Problems in Computational
Molecular Biology


63.

paper63

M. Kurhekar,
mkurhekar@in.ibm.com
, IBM India Research Lab,
IIT Delhi, New Delhi


110016, India,
“Towards Scoring Metabolic Pa
thways
and Verifying Hypothesis using Microarray Data


64.

paper64

Mireille Regnier,
mireille.regnier@inria.fr
, INRIA Rocquencourt,
Domaine de Voluceau B. P. 105, 78153 Le Chesnay, France, “
The QuickScore
Libra
ry”

65.

paper65

Simone Bentolila,
tolila@infobiogen.fr
, IGM, University Marne le
Vallee


Cite Descartes, 5 Bd Descartes, Champs sur Marne, 77454 Marne la
Vellee Cedex 2, France, “Two operative concepts for the post
-
genomic era: the
“memoire vive” of the cell and a molecular algebra


66.

paper66

Wojciech Szpankowski,
spa@cs.purdue.edu
, Department of
Computer Science, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN 47907,
“An Optimal
DNA Segm
entation Based on the MDL Principle


67.

paper67

Tomoyuki Yamada,
yamada@gi.k.u
-
tokyo.ac.jp
, Department of
Complexity Science and Engineering, Faculty of Frontier Science, University of
Tokyo, 7
-
3
-
1 Hongo, Bunk
yo
-
ku, Tokyo 113
-
0033, Japan,
“Computing Highly
Specific and Mismatch Tolerant Oligomers Efficiently


68.

paper68

Shoudan Liang,
shoudan.liang@nasa.gov
, NASA Advanced
Supercomputing Division, M.S. 229
-
1, MASA Ames

Research Center, Moffett
Field, CA 94035,
“cWINNOWER Algorithm for Finding Fuzzy DNA Motifs


69.

paper69

Conrad Shyu,
tsemings@cs.uidaho.edu
, Initiative for
Bioinformatic s and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST), Depar
tment of Computer
Science, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844
-
1010,
“Evolving Consensus
Sequences with a Genetic Algorithm


70.

paper70

Kathleen Kaplan,
Kaplan@scs.howard.edu
, Department of
Systems and Computer
Science, Howard University,
“Finding Reverse Substrings
in DNA”

71.

paper71

Robert Kincaid,
Robert_Kincaid@agilent.com
, Agilent
Laboratories, 3500 Deer Creek Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303, “VistaClara: A
Visualiz
ation for Microarray Data Exploration


72.

paper72

Cun
-
Quan Zhang,
cqzhang@math.wvu.edu
, Department of
Mathematics, PO Box 6310, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 26506,
“Identifying regulatory signals in DNA
-
sequences with a non
-
statistical
approximation approach


73.

paper73

Amar Mukherjee,
amar@cs.ucf.edu
, School of Engineering and
Computer Science, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816,
“Codon
Optimization for

DNA Vaccines and Gene Therapy Using Pattern Matching


74.

papter74

Tolga Can,
tcan@cs.ucsb.edu
, Department of Computer Science,
University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106
-
5110,
“CTSS: A Robust a
nd Efficient Method for Protein Structure Alignment Based on
Local Geometrical and Biological Features


75.

paper75

Omer Egecioglu,
omer@cs.ucsb.edu
, Department of Computer
Science, University of California, Santa Barba
ra, Santa Barbara, CA 93106,
“Dynamic Programming Based Approximation Algorithms for Sequence
Alignment with Constraints


76.

paper76

Li Zhang,
lizhang@cse.buffalo.edu
, Department of Computer
Science and Engineer
ing, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
14260,

“Fourier Harmonic Approach for Visualizing Temporal Patterns of Gene
Expression Data


77.

paper77

Christopher Landauer,
cal@aero.org
, Aerospace Integration
Sc
ience Center, The Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, CA,
“Flexible
Integration for Physiological Models


78.

paper78

Michael Baudis,
mbaudis@stanford.edu
, Dept. of Pathology,
Stanford University Medical Center, 300

Pasteur Drive, Lane L210, Stanford, CA
94305,
“A Missing Link


Molecular
-
Cytogenetic Data for Oncogenetic Data
Mining


79.

paper79

Ronald Pearson,
pearson@mail.dbi.tju.edu
, Department of
Pathology, Anatomy, a
nd Cell Biology, Thomas Jefferson University, 1020
Locust St., Philadelphia, PA,
“Method
-
related vs. Biological Variability in cDNA
Microarrays


80.

paper80

Thorsteinn Rognvaldsson,
denni@ide.hh.se
, School of Information

Science, Computer and Electrical Engineering, Halmstad University, Box 823,
301 18 Halmstad, Sweden,
“No Algorithm Beats the Simple Perceptron on HIV
Protease Function Prediction


81.

paper81

Jiawei Liu,
jiawei@stat.
psu.edu
, Department of Statistics, Pen
State University, University Park, PA 16802,
“Robust Phylogenetic Tree
Selection Based on Assessment of Model Building Errors


82.

paper82

Yves Kodratoff,
yk@lri.fr
, Equipe Inference et
Apprentissage,
Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, Universite de Paris XI, 91405 Orsay
Cedex, France,
“Extracting Information in Molecular Biology: Towards a
Complete Chain of Tools


83.

paper83

Dennis L. Chao,
dl
chao@cs.unm.edu
, Department of Computer
Science, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131,
“Stochastic Stage
-
structured Modeling of the Adaptive Immune System


84.

paper84

Luke Sheneman,
sheneman@cs.uidaho.
edu
, Initiative for
Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST), Department of Computer
Science, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844
-
1010,
“Evolving guide Trees in
Progressive Multiple Sequence Alignment


85.

paper85

Dan Kuyper,
dan.kuyper@dtn.com
, Department of Computer
Science, 6001 Dodge Street, PKI 175A, Univesity of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha,
NE 68182
-
0116,
“Sequence Identification Utilizing Curated Custom Databases


86.

paper86

Gregory Kucherov,
gregory.kucherov@loria.fr
, LORIA/INRIA,
615, rue du Jardin Botanique, B.P. 101, 54602 Villers
-
les
-
Nancy, France,
“YASS:
Similarity search in DNA sequences


87.

paper87

Hongfang Liu,
hongfang.liu@dmi.columbia.edu
, Department of
Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University, New York, NY 10032,
“Combination and Comparison of Methods for Identifying Informative Genes
from Microarray Data


88.

paper88

Tamer Kahveci,
tamer@cs.ucsb.edu
, Department of Computer
Science, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106,
“Towards Index
-
based Similarity Search for Protein Structure Databases


89.

paper89

Keum Joo Kim,
keumjoo@cse.uconn.edu
, Department of
Computer Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269,
“Local Minima
-
Based Exploration for Off
-
Lattice Protein Folding


90.

paper90

Ming
-
Syan Chen,
mschen@cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw
, Department of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, National Taiwan University, No. 1,
Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei, 106, Taiwan,
“Using Discretization Techniques to
Discover Gene Patterns for Diagnostics


91.

paper91

Jiangchang Ning,
ning@dbi.udel.edu
, Delaware Biotechnology
Institute, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19711, “Wavelet Analysis of
Nucleotide Genomic Sequences


92.

paper92

Shih Chi Peng,
shihchi@url.com.tw
, Department of Computer
Science, National Tsing Hua University, 101 Section 2 Kuang Fu Road, Hsinchu
30043, Taiwan, R.O.C.,
“Computer
-
Aided Engineering for Inference of Genetic
Regulatory Networks Using Data from DNA Micro
arrays


93.

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