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Problem-Solving Environments for Computational Science
Found in: Computing in Science and Engineering
By Elias Houstis, Efstratios Gallopoulos, Randall Bramley, John Rice
Issue Date:July 1997
pp. 18-21
This issue's theme is the rapidly evolving enabling technology of problem-solving environments, defined as
 
A Shape Descriptor for Fast Complementarity Matching in Molecular Docking
Found in: IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB)
By Apostolos Axenopoulos, Elias Houstis, Elias Houstis, Georgios Papadopoulos, Georgios Papadopoulos, Petros Daras, Petros Daras
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 1441-1457
This paper presents a novel approach for fast rigid docking of proteins based on geometric complementarity. After extraction of the 3D molecular surface, a set of local surface patches is generated based on the local surface curvature. The shape complement...
     
On the Grid and Sensor Networks
Found in: Grid Computing, IEEE/ACM International Workshop on
By Vipul Hingne, Anupam Joshi, Elias Houstis, John Michopoulos
Issue Date:November 2003
pp. 166
The pervasive computing environment and the wired Grid Infrastructure can be combined to make the Information Grid truly pervasive. Interesting applications can be built by utilizing the computational abilities of the Grid to answer queries on sensor data....
 
A Multiple Representational Environment for Learning Programming and C
Found in: Advanced Learning Technologies, IEEE International Conference on
By Konstandina Zikouli, Maria Kordaki, Elias Houstis
Issue Date:July 2003
pp. 459
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Towards a Pervasive Grid
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, International
By Vipul Hingne, Anupam Joshi, Tim Finin, Hillol Kargupta, Elias Houstis
Issue Date:April 2003
pp. 207b
The increase in the use of mobile & embedded devices, coupled with ad-hoc, short range wireless networking is enabling pervasive computing. This pervasive computing environment and the wired Grid infrastructure can be combined to make the Computation a...
 
Computer as Thinker/Doer: Problem-Solving Environments for Computational Science
Found in: Computing in Science and Engineering
By Efstratios Gallopoulos, Elias Houstis, John R. Rice
Issue Date:June 1994
pp. 11-23
<p>During the early 1960s, scientists began to envision problem-solving computing environments not only powerful enough to solve complex problems but also able to interact with users on human terms. While many tried to create PSEs over the next few y...
 
SP-Dock: Protein-Protein Docking Using Shape and Physicochemical Complementarity
Found in: IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB)
By Apostolos Axenopoulos, Elias Houstis, Georgios E. Papadopoulos, Petros Daras
Issue Date:January 2013
pp. 135-150
In this paper, a framework for protein-protein docking is proposed, which exploits both shape and physicochemical complementarity to generate improved docking predictions. Shape complementarity is achieved by matching local surface patches. However, unlike...
     
Poems: end-to-end performance design of large parallel adaptive computational systems
Found in: Proceedings of the first international workshop on Software and performance (WOSP '98)
By Aditya Dube, Adolfy Hoisie, David Sundaram-Stukel, Elias Houstis, Ewa Deelman, Harvey Wasserman, James C. Browne, John Rice, Mary K. Vernon, Olaf Lubeck, Patricia J. Teller, Rajive Bagrodia, Richard L. Oliver, Vikram S. Adve, Yong Luo
Issue Date:October 1998
pp. 18-30
Wireless multihop networks overlaid with cellular structure havethe potential to support high data rate Internet traffic. In thispaper, we consider techniques by which the system capacity of suchnetworks can be increased. First, methods for increasing link...
     
Editorial: special issue in honor of John Rice's 65th birthday
Found in: ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
By Elias Houstis, Ronald Boisvert, Wayne Dyksen
Issue Date:March 1988
pp. 223
Macro processors have been in the computing tool chest since the late 1950's. Their use, though perhaps not what it was in the heyday of assembly language programming, is still widespread. In the past, producing a full-featured macro processor has required...
     
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