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Jung-Chi Liao, Jeff Reinbolt, Roy Kerckhoffs, Anushka Michailova, Peter W. Arzberger
2008 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
The previous special session in this area was held in 1999, with a session on Computer Modeling in Physiology: From Cell to Tissue.  ...  We also acknowledge the assistance of many individuals who helped support the notion of holding a special session on Multiscale Modeling.  ...  Session Summary This session includes an invited talk, six reviewed oral presentation, three additional accepted papers, and an associated tutorial.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/LiaoRKMA08 fatcat:xhrtssc7rradrdrr2t3la555ji

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Julie Bernauer, Samuel Flores, Xuhui Huang, Seokmin Shin, Ruhong Zhou
2011 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
The sessions chairs would like to thank all the authors and anonymous reviewers who contributed to the session.  ...  The tutorial contains two parts: a survey talk and an introduction to the multi-scale macromolecular modeling software RNABuilder.  ...  Multi-scale modeling of RNA structures. Introduction to RNABuilder In recent years we have seen an explosion in newly discovered RNA functions in the cell.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/BernauerFHSZ11 fatcat:cc7umbklpja7tckuhjetcro6ue

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Trey Ideker, Erik K. Neumann, Vincent Schächter
2004 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
In support of this view, almost half of the papers presented in this session involve the use of logical formalisms for modeling pathways, pathway dynamics, and/or network inference.  ...  mapping projects; 2) perturbing each model component and recording the corresponding global cellular response to each perturbation; 3) integrating the measured global responses with the current model;  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/IdekerNS04 fatcat:ibqeh5c5ffhlxddwccnzomosvq

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Samuel Flores, Julie Bernauer, Xuhui Huang, Ruhong Zhou, Seokmin Shin
2010 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
The session chairs thank the many anonymous referees who read submissions and made recommendations.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge session funding from INRIA, the Stanford Simbios Center, and IBM Research.  ...  Introduction The field of molecular modeling has long recognized modeling the folding, assembly, and long-time dynamics of large macromolecules as its biggest challenge, since it is precisely at large  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/FloresBHZS10 fatcat:vnygfg5vuvedvgi43zsvpxbl7m

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Nikolay Samusik, Nima Aghaeepour, Sean Bendall
2017 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
This session is dedicated to computational methods for single-cell analysis in various biological domains, modelling of population heterogeneity, as well as translational applications of single cell data  ...  We thank all of the authors who submitted papers for this session and all of the reviewers who contributed their time and expertise.  ...  In this session we feature excellent pieces of original research that broadly cover various aspects of single-cell analysis and modelling of cellular heterogeneity.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/SamusikAB17 fatcat:7jax7cr2grhupit6qkgbluxoxy

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Roxana Daneshjou, Lukasz Kidzinski, Olga Afanasiev, Jonathan H. Chen
2020 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
For the 2020 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing's session on Artificial Intelligence for Enhancing Clinical Medicine, we highlight novel research on the application of artificial intelligence to solve problems  ...  Introduction Artificial intelligence aims to create computer programs that can abstractly reason and make generalizations about the world. 1 While general artificial intelligence remains elusive, we  ...  dermatologic diagnoses, and patient outcomes from electronic medical record data. 3 Here we highlight cutting edge research in the field selected for presentation at the 2020 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing session  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/DaneshjouKAC20 fatcat:t2xqgzvffbg7zgwhpv7zpp23mu

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Heng Huang, Li Shen, Paul M. Thompson, Kun Huang, Junzhou Huang, Lin Yang
2018 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
Introduction As an emerging research field, the goal of Imaging Genomics is to study the integrative highthroughput imaging (such as histopathological images in cancer research, MRI and PET images in brain  ...  Overview of Contributions Our session includes seven accepted papers covering a variety of the subjects in the imaging genomics field.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/HuangST0HY18 fatcat:iwukaqt56fbsxnr7kaxlgknz4i

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Jennifer Listgarten, Oliver Stegle, Quaid Morris, Steven E. Brenner, Leopold Parts
2014 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
In our session, Perina et al. propose a bag of words model to describe the distribution of epitopes presented by cells that are targeted by immune surveillance mechanisms.  ...  Session contributions The session keynote is given by Robert Gentleman, who has spearheaded the use of computational methods in biology and medicine [26] , and is currently employing them to design cancer  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/ListgartenSMBP14 fatcat:r4oyqbmpvjdh5hadrr2fu7nj6a

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Shefali Setia Verma, Anurag Verma, Dokyoon Kim, Christian Darabos
2019 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
Introduction Technological advances are leading to an exponential increase in the size of biomedical data.  ...  However, most of these methods pose multiple challenges either in fitting models or in analyzing the resulting models, whether using multiple species or multi-omic datasets for the Pacific Symposium on  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/VermaVKD19 fatcat:ebntkdfcqzel7hwkgi7ycnrp3m

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Sean D. Mooney, Philip E. Bourne, Patricia C. Babbitt
2004 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
In this introduction, we introduce several recent advances in the computational methods that support structural genomics.  ...  Comparative modeling is often performed in a four-step process: fold identification, threading, model building and evaluation with refinement of the structure.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/MooneyBB04 fatcat:qvh7afkqczdzpje5ldfojmkkou

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Steven E. Brenner, Martha L. Bulyk, Dana C. Crawford, Alexander A. Morgan, Predrag Radivojac, Nicholas P. Tatonetti
2020 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
Towards these goals, the Precision Medicine session at Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing is presenting fifteen papers covering a broad range of biomedical topics and collectively advancing state of the  ...  Yet to bridge molecular measurement, clinical observation, social interaction and clinical practice, substantial gains must be made in methods for data integration, analysis, model development, and interpretation  ...  Introduction 2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] Although a personalized approach to treatment has always been integral to medicine, 8 the recent advances in biotechnology, the rapid transition to electronic health  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/BrennerBCMRT20 fatcat:faa3tncfszbgdaslqx5pwi4o3e

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Li Shen, Lee A. D. Cooper
2017 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
The Imaging Genomics Session at PSB 2017 aims to encourage discussion on fundamental concepts, new methods and innovative applications in this young and rapidly evolving field.  ...  Kun Huang of Ohio State University for sharing his valuable experience on how to organize a successful PSB session.  ...  Session Summary This session includes an invited lecture and five accepted presentations with peer-reviewed papers.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/ShenC17 fatcat:fyuohdxvxbbq5kxq6r5d6gys6q

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Michael Brudno, Bernard M. E. Moret, C. Randal Linder, Tandy J. Warnow
2008 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
The four papers in our session, while centering around the topic of sequence comparison, rep-  ...  Most current methods postulate only two types of events: substitutions (modeled with a transition matrix, such as PAM or BLOSUM matrices for protein data) and insertions/deletions or indels (rarely modelled  ...  The fourth paper in the session by Sinha and Meller addresses the use of genome rearrangements in the estimation of evolutionary relationships between genomes.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/BrudnoMLW08 fatcat:4jhyegfafnemplq7tgncoy66wy

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Martha L. Bulyk, Ernest Fraenkel, Alexander J. Hartemink, Yael Mandel-Gutfreund
2008 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
Acknowledgments We are grateful to those who submitted manuscripts for consideration for inclusion in this session, and we thank the numerous reviewers for their valuable expertise and time throughout  ...  This year there are six papers in this session.  ...  • Can a fully predictive (energetic) model of protein-nucleic acid interactions be developed?  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/BulykFHM08 fatcat:ya4vfwxlubfk3ph3r77pp32fti

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Robert Stevens, Olivier Bodenreider, Yves A. Lussier
2006 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing  
This session reflects the early adoption of the Semantic Web by the bioinformatics community.  ...  One advantage of the RDF model is the open world assumption.  ... 
dblp:conf/psb/StevensBL06 fatcat:zwfmoeg2cnctfen7ffw4afnzbe
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