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Protein Fold Recognition by Mixed Environment-Specific Amino Acid Substitution Mapping Using Neural Networks
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Systems, International Conference on
By Nan Jiang, Wendy Xinyu Wu, Ian Mitchell
Issue Date:July 2005
pp. 341-345
<p>Protein fold recognition programs align a probe amino acid sequence onto a library of representative folds of known structure to identify structural similarities. Substitution matrix is the key to detect the aligned protein similarities. In this p...
 
Designing Programming Tasks to Elicit Self-Management Metacognitive Behaviour
Found in: Computers in Education, International Conference on
By Angela Carbone, Ian Mitchell, Dick Gunstone, John Hurst
Issue Date:December 2002
pp. 533
In most introductory programming courses tasks are given to students to complete as a crucial part of their study. In this paper, a set of guiding principles is presented for designing programming tasks aimed to elicit metacognitive behaviours in first yea...
   
A Comparison of Categorisation Algorithms for Predicting the Cellular Localization Sites of Proteins
Found in: Database and Expert Systems Applications, International Workshop on
By Paul Cairns, Christian Huyck, Ian Mitchell, Wendy Xihyu Wu
Issue Date:September 2001
pp. 0296
Abstract: A previous attempt to categorize yeast proteins based on certain attributes yielded only a 55% success rate of correct categorisation using a new type of decision procedure [4]. This paper considers using existing soft computing approaches to imp...
 
An Automatic Test Case Generator Derived from State-Based Testing
Found in: Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference
By Bor-Yuan Tsai, Simon Stobart, Norman Parrington, Ian Mitchell
Issue Date:December 1998
pp. 270
This paper describes an automated approach to generating test cases for an object-oriented class. The approach is derived from the state-based testing method and refers to a state machine from which a threaded a multi-way tree (duplicating the behaviour of...
 
Characteristics of programming exercises that lead to poor learning tendencies: Part II
Found in: Proceedings of the 6th annual conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education (ITiCSE '01)
By Angela Carbone, Dick Gunstone, Ian Mitchell, John Hurst
Issue Date:June 2001
pp. 121-128
In most introductory programming courses tasks are given to students to complete as a crucial part of their study. The tasks are considered important because they require students to apply their knowledge to new situations. However, often the tasks have no...
     
Principles for designing programming exercises to minimise poor learning behaviours in students
Found in: Proceedings of the Australasian conference on Computing education (ACSE '00)
By Angela Carbone, Dick Gunstone, Ian Mitchell, John Hurst
Issue Date:December 2000
pp. 26-33
In most introductory programming courses tasks are given to students to complete as a crucial part of their study. The tasks are considered important because they require students to apply their knowledge to new situations. However, often the tasks have no...
     
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