Published March 15, 2002
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||630|
Biocomputing by. Russ B. Altman; A. Keith Dunker; Lawrence Hunter; Kevin Lauderdale; T. E. D. Klein; Russ Altman; Teri E. Klein. Publication date. Topics. Applications of Computing, Biology, Life Sciences, Research & Methodology, Computer Science, Biological Research, Mathematical Models In Biology, Science, Medical, Life Sciences Pages: Biocomputing Proceedings of the Pacific Symposium. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing , Kauai, Hawaii, USA It is designed to be maximally responsive to the need for critical mass in subdisciplines within biocomputing. This book contains peer-reviewed articles in computational biology. Contents: Human Genome Variation: Disease, Drug. Book Series There are 2 volumes in this series. Published - About this series. The objective of the series Biocomputing is to publish monographs and contributed works containing state-of-the-art expository research covering all topics in the field of biocomputing. In addition, the series will include books which are suitable for. Purchase Biocomputing - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
Book Title Biocomputing Editors. Panos Pardalos; J.C. Principe; Series Title Biocomputing Series Volume 1 Copyright Publisher Springer US Copyright Holder Kluwer Academic Publishers eBook ISBN DOI / Hardcover ISBN Softcover ISBN Series ISSN Edition Number 1 Number of Pages X, . A conference on Biocomputing was held during February , at the University of Florida. The conference was sponsored by the Center for Applied Optimization, the Computational Neuroengineering Center, the Biomedical En gineering Program (through a Whitaker Foundation grant), the Brain Institute, the School of Engineering, and the. The objective of the series Biocomputing is to publish monographs and contributed works containing state-of-the-art expository research covering all topics in the field of biocomputing. In addition, the series will include books which are suitable for graduate-level courses in computer science, biomedical engineering, neuroengineering, combinatorial chemistry, molecular computing, mathematical. Bioinformatics, Biocomputing and Perl presents a modern introduction to bioinformatics computing skills and practice. Structuring its presentation around four main areas of study, this book covers the skills vital to the day-to-day activities of today’s bioinformatician.
Biol - Practical Biocomputing 3 Internet Programming Xpath •Xpath selects sets of nodes from an XML document •Examples of selections nodename - selects all nodes with the name “nodename” / - selects from the root node // - selects nodes no matter where they are. - current node.. - parent node. Get this from a library! Biocomputing. [P M Pardalos; J C Príncipe;] ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Proceedings of a conference on biocomputing held during February , at the University of Florida. Bio computers use systems of biologically derived molecules—such as DNA and proteins—to perform computational calculations involving storing, retrieving, and processing data.. The development of biocomputers has been made possible by the expanding new science of term nanobiotechnology can be defined in multiple ways; in a more general sense, nanobiotechnology can . Abstract: Due to the recent explosion of information in the biomedical field, it is hard for a single researcher to review the complex network involving genes, proteins, and interactions.