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The Resource IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering : 8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Virtual Intelligence (TFVI), IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society ; in cooperation with AIIS Inc. [and others]

IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering : 8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Virtual Intelligence (TFVI), IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society ; in cooperation with AIIS Inc. [and others]

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IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering : 8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings
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IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering
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8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings
Statement of responsibility
sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Virtual Intelligence (TFVI), IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society ; in cooperation with AIIS Inc. [and others]
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  • BIBE 2000
  • Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering
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Subject
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QH441.2
LC item number
.I34 2000
Literary form
non fiction
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2000
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IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 2001 E-273
  • QH 506
NLM item number
I22i 2000
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  • IEEE Computer Society
  • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
  • IEEE Computer Society
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  • Bioinformatics
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Computational Biology
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biomedical engineering
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IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering : 8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Virtual Intelligence (TFVI), IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society ; in cooperation with AIIS Inc. [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"IEEE Computer Society order number: PR00862"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mouse genome informatics in a new age of biological inquiry
  • Bio-imaging II
  • N. Bourbakis
  • Reconstructing specimens using DIC microscope images
  • F. Kagalwala and T. Kanade
  • General non-invasive shape reconstruction and recognition method applied to 3D external biologic morphologies
  • A. Zimmermann, A. Gonçalves, Jr., and J. Barreto
  • Registration by maximization of mutual information-a cross validation study
  • L. Freire and F. Godinho
  • FURY: fuzzy unification and resolution based on edit distance
  • D. Gilbert and M. Schroeder
  • C. Bult [and others]
  • Search and tracking
  • O. Kia
  • Automated left ventricle boundary delineation
  • L. Sui, R. Haralick, and F. Sheehan
  • Model based contour searching method
  • Y. Tang [and others]
  • Divide and conquer deformable contour method
  • X. Wang and W. Wee
  • Dynamics and control in biomedicine
  • B. Paden and R. Sepulchre
  • Intelligent cooperation & information mining in bio-DBs
  • Invited address: control issues in a magnetically levitated left-ventricular assist device
  • B. Paden and J. Antaki
  • Feedback analysis of calcium homeostasis and parturient paresis
  • H. El-Samad and M. Khammash
  • Pencil beam scanning: a dynamical approach to proton therapy
  • R. Sepulchre [and others]
  • Hierarchical control for artificial hearts
  • J. Boston, J. Antaki, and M. Simaan
  • H. Jamil
  • Invited address: medical library support scenario specific information retrieval
  • W. Chu
  • XML repository for molecular sequence data
  • R. Wong [and others]
  • Clustering 3D-structures of small amino acid chains for detecting dependences from their sequential context in proteins
  • A. Hinneburg, D. Keim, and W. Brandt
  • Interoperability of genome databases
  • GQL: reasonable complex SQL for genomic databases
  • H. Jamil
  • Bio-databases
  • P. Sheu
  • Prometheus taxonomic database
  • C. Raguenaud, J. Kennedy, and P. Barclay
  • Scientific data integration: wrapping textual documents with a database view mechanism and an XML engine
  • Z. Lacroix
  • Logical and semantic database integration
  • J. Köhler [and others]
  • H. Jamil
  • Compiler to transfer controlled vocabularies and ontologies represented in an object-oriented programming language into text mark-up languages
  • J. Reich
  • Biomedicla databases
  • A. Bansal
  • Object relational approach to biomedical database
  • P. Sheu [and others]
  • Gene mapping by haplotype pattern mining
  • H. Toivonen [and others]
  • Graph-based meta-data framework for interoperation between genome databases
  • K.-H. Cheung and D.-G. Shin
  • Integrating life sciences data-with a little garlic
  • Achieving interoperability of genome databases through intelligent web mediators
  • H. Jamil
  • Evolutionary computing
  • B. Parvin
  • Phylogenetic tree reconsruction using self-adaptive genetic algorithm
  • A. Skourikhine
  • Futuristic combinatorial analog computing systems: the DNA synchro solution
  • E. Hibbs
  • Mathematical modelling in genetic networks: relationships between the genetic expression and both chromosomic breakage and positive circuits
  • J. Aracena [and others]
  • L. Hass [and others]
  • Amplification of perspectives in the use of evolutionary computation
  • J. Falqueto, J. Barreto, and P. da Silva Borges
  • Genomics I
  • A. Skourikhine
  • Genomic signature is preserved in short DNA fragments
  • P. Deschavanne [and others]
  • Mining residue contacts in proteins using local structure predictions
  • M. Zaki, S. Jin, and C. Bystroff
  • Heuristic algorithm for blocked multiple sequence alignment
  • T. Jiang and P. Zhao
  • Schema-based approach to building a bioinformatics database federation
  • Framework of automated reconstruction of microbial metabolic pathways
  • A. Bansal
  • Genomics II
  • C. Koutsougeras and A. Frank
  • Linguistic analysis of the nucleoprotein gene of influenza: a virus
  • A. Skourikhine and T. Burr
  • Selecting optimum DNA oligos for microarrays
  • F. Li and G. Stormo
  • Making genome expression data meaningful: prediction and discovery of classes of cancer through a connectionist learning approach
  • F. Azuaje
  • G. Kemp, N. Angelopoulos, and P. Gray
  • Knowledge discovery of gne functions and metabolic pathways
  • S.-S. Chen
  • Biomedicla applications
  • L. Tsoukalas
  • Global optimization approaches of MEG source localization
  • T. Jiang, X. Li, and F. Kruggel
  • Simulation studies on the dynamics of diabetes mellitus
  • F. Erxen, G. Birol, and A. Çinar
  • Wearable computer as a multi-parametric monitor for physiological signals
  • J. Conway [and others]
  • Kleisli: its exchange format, supporting tools, and an application in protein interaction extraction
  • Neural and connectionist models
  • O. Bukhres
  • Classification and estimation of ultrasound speckle noise with neural networks
  • M. Wachowiak [and others]
  • On parameter estimation for neuron models
  • J. Madden [and others]
  • Digital retina-like low level vision processor
  • S. Mertoguno and N. Bourbakis
  • New generation intelligent hearing prosthetics
  • A. Radhakrishnan [and others]
  • L. Wong
  • Bio-imaging I
  • G. Bebis
  • New automatic circular decomposition algorithm applied to bllod cells image
  • L. Guimarães, A. Suzim, and J. Maeda
  • Biosig: a bioinformatic system for studying the mechanism of inter-cell signaling
  • B. Parvin [and others]
  • Global description of medical image with high precision
  • R. Chbeir and F. Favetta
  • Surface parameterization in volumetric images for feature classification
  • R. Yarger and F. Quek
Dimensions
28 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xi, 386 pages
Isbn
9780769508641
Lccn
00107812
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45671271
  • (OCoLC)ocm45671271
Label
IEEE International Symposium on Bio-Informatics and Biomedical Engineering : 8-10 November 2000, Arlington, Virginia, USA : proceedings, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Virtual Intelligence (TFVI), IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society ; in cooperation with AIIS Inc. [and others]
Publication
Note
"IEEE Computer Society order number: PR00862"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mouse genome informatics in a new age of biological inquiry
  • Bio-imaging II
  • N. Bourbakis
  • Reconstructing specimens using DIC microscope images
  • F. Kagalwala and T. Kanade
  • General non-invasive shape reconstruction and recognition method applied to 3D external biologic morphologies
  • A. Zimmermann, A. Gonçalves, Jr., and J. Barreto
  • Registration by maximization of mutual information-a cross validation study
  • L. Freire and F. Godinho
  • FURY: fuzzy unification and resolution based on edit distance
  • D. Gilbert and M. Schroeder
  • C. Bult [and others]
  • Search and tracking
  • O. Kia
  • Automated left ventricle boundary delineation
  • L. Sui, R. Haralick, and F. Sheehan
  • Model based contour searching method
  • Y. Tang [and others]
  • Divide and conquer deformable contour method
  • X. Wang and W. Wee
  • Dynamics and control in biomedicine
  • B. Paden and R. Sepulchre
  • Intelligent cooperation & information mining in bio-DBs
  • Invited address: control issues in a magnetically levitated left-ventricular assist device
  • B. Paden and J. Antaki
  • Feedback analysis of calcium homeostasis and parturient paresis
  • H. El-Samad and M. Khammash
  • Pencil beam scanning: a dynamical approach to proton therapy
  • R. Sepulchre [and others]
  • Hierarchical control for artificial hearts
  • J. Boston, J. Antaki, and M. Simaan
  • H. Jamil
  • Invited address: medical library support scenario specific information retrieval
  • W. Chu
  • XML repository for molecular sequence data
  • R. Wong [and others]
  • Clustering 3D-structures of small amino acid chains for detecting dependences from their sequential context in proteins
  • A. Hinneburg, D. Keim, and W. Brandt
  • Interoperability of genome databases
  • GQL: reasonable complex SQL for genomic databases
  • H. Jamil
  • Bio-databases
  • P. Sheu
  • Prometheus taxonomic database
  • C. Raguenaud, J. Kennedy, and P. Barclay
  • Scientific data integration: wrapping textual documents with a database view mechanism and an XML engine
  • Z. Lacroix
  • Logical and semantic database integration
  • J. Köhler [and others]
  • H. Jamil
  • Compiler to transfer controlled vocabularies and ontologies represented in an object-oriented programming language into text mark-up languages
  • J. Reich
  • Biomedicla databases
  • A. Bansal
  • Object relational approach to biomedical database
  • P. Sheu [and others]
  • Gene mapping by haplotype pattern mining
  • H. Toivonen [and others]
  • Graph-based meta-data framework for interoperation between genome databases
  • K.-H. Cheung and D.-G. Shin
  • Integrating life sciences data-with a little garlic
  • Achieving interoperability of genome databases through intelligent web mediators
  • H. Jamil
  • Evolutionary computing
  • B. Parvin
  • Phylogenetic tree reconsruction using self-adaptive genetic algorithm
  • A. Skourikhine
  • Futuristic combinatorial analog computing systems: the DNA synchro solution
  • E. Hibbs
  • Mathematical modelling in genetic networks: relationships between the genetic expression and both chromosomic breakage and positive circuits
  • J. Aracena [and others]
  • L. Hass [and others]
  • Amplification of perspectives in the use of evolutionary computation
  • J. Falqueto, J. Barreto, and P. da Silva Borges
  • Genomics I
  • A. Skourikhine
  • Genomic signature is preserved in short DNA fragments
  • P. Deschavanne [and others]
  • Mining residue contacts in proteins using local structure predictions
  • M. Zaki, S. Jin, and C. Bystroff
  • Heuristic algorithm for blocked multiple sequence alignment
  • T. Jiang and P. Zhao
  • Schema-based approach to building a bioinformatics database federation
  • Framework of automated reconstruction of microbial metabolic pathways
  • A. Bansal
  • Genomics II
  • C. Koutsougeras and A. Frank
  • Linguistic analysis of the nucleoprotein gene of influenza: a virus
  • A. Skourikhine and T. Burr
  • Selecting optimum DNA oligos for microarrays
  • F. Li and G. Stormo
  • Making genome expression data meaningful: prediction and discovery of classes of cancer through a connectionist learning approach
  • F. Azuaje
  • G. Kemp, N. Angelopoulos, and P. Gray
  • Knowledge discovery of gne functions and metabolic pathways
  • S.-S. Chen
  • Biomedicla applications
  • L. Tsoukalas
  • Global optimization approaches of MEG source localization
  • T. Jiang, X. Li, and F. Kruggel
  • Simulation studies on the dynamics of diabetes mellitus
  • F. Erxen, G. Birol, and A. Çinar
  • Wearable computer as a multi-parametric monitor for physiological signals
  • J. Conway [and others]
  • Kleisli: its exchange format, supporting tools, and an application in protein interaction extraction
  • Neural and connectionist models
  • O. Bukhres
  • Classification and estimation of ultrasound speckle noise with neural networks
  • M. Wachowiak [and others]
  • On parameter estimation for neuron models
  • J. Madden [and others]
  • Digital retina-like low level vision processor
  • S. Mertoguno and N. Bourbakis
  • New generation intelligent hearing prosthetics
  • A. Radhakrishnan [and others]
  • L. Wong
  • Bio-imaging I
  • G. Bebis
  • New automatic circular decomposition algorithm applied to bllod cells image
  • L. Guimarães, A. Suzim, and J. Maeda
  • Biosig: a bioinformatic system for studying the mechanism of inter-cell signaling
  • B. Parvin [and others]
  • Global description of medical image with high precision
  • R. Chbeir and F. Favetta
  • Surface parameterization in volumetric images for feature classification
  • R. Yarger and F. Quek
Dimensions
28 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xi, 386 pages
Isbn
9780769508641
Lccn
00107812
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45671271
  • (OCoLC)ocm45671271

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