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Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, International (2004)
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Apr. 26, 2004 to Apr. 30, 2004
ISBN: 0-7695-2132-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Papers

Study of a Highly Accurate and Fast Protein-Ligand Docking Algorithm Based on Molecular Dynamics (Abstract)

M. Taufer , University of California at San Diego, The Scripps Research Institute and Center for Theoretical Biological Physics
A. A. Chien , University of California at San Diego
D. Price , The Scripps Research Institute
M. Crowley , The Scripps Research Institute
C. L. Brooks III , The Scripps Research Institute and Center for Theoretical Biological Physics
pp. 188

Parallel Protein Folding with STAPL (Abstract)

Shawna Thomas , Texas A&M University
Nancy M. Amato , Texas A&M University
pp. 189a

A Hypergraph Model for the Yeast Protein Complex Network (Abstract)

Arijit Tarafdar , Old Dominion University
Emad Ramadan , Old Dominion University
Alex Pothen , Old Dominion University
pp. 189b

Dynamic Programming for LR-PCR Segmention of Bacterium Genomes (Abstract)

Nicola Yanev , University of Sofia
Rumen Andonov , University of Valenciennes
pp. 190a

Parallel RNA Sequence-Structure Alignment (Abstract)

Bertil Schmidt , Nanyang Technological University
Tong Liu , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 190b

Constrained De Novo Peptide Identification via Multi-Objective Optimization (Abstract)

A. Heredia-Langner , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
D. J. Baxter , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
J. M. Malard , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
W. R. Cannon , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
K. H. Jarman , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
pp. 191a

Identification of Mycobacterium Species Using Curated Custom Databases (Abstract)

Hesham H. Ali , University of Nebraska at Omaha
Steven H. Hinrichs , University of Nebraska Medical Center
Dan Kuyper , University of Nebraska at Omaha
Amr M. Mohamed , University of Nebraska Medical Center
pp. 191b

High Performance Computational Tools for Motif Discovery (Abstract)

M. R. Leuze , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
R. L. Collins , University of Tennessee
M. A. Langston , University of Tennessee
N. E. Baldwin , University of Tennessee
B. H. Voy , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
C. T. Symons , University of Tennessee
pp. 192a

High Performance Biosequence Database Scanning on Reconfigurable Platforms (Abstract)

Timothy Oliver , Nanyang Technological University
Bertil Schmidt , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 192b

New Fast and Accurate Heuristics for Inference of Large Phylogenetic Trees (Abstract)

Thomas Ludwig , Ruprecht-Karls-University
Harald Meier , Technische Universität München
Alexandros P. Stamatakis , Technische Universität München
pp. 193a

Large-Scale Simulation of Eukaryotic Cell Signaling Processes (Abstract)

Fang Zheng , Washington State University Tri-Cities
John H. Miller , Washington State University Tri-Cities
pp. 193b
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