Volume 8, Number 1, January 2011
: New Methods for Inference of Local Tree Topologies with Recombinant SNP Sequences in Populations.
, Xiaoqiu Huang
: Pairwise Statistical Significance of Local Sequence Alignment Using Sequence-Specific and Position-Specific Substitution Matrices.
, James Lam
: Disturbance Analysis of Nonlinear Differential Equation Models of Genetic SUM Regulatory Networks.
, Wenyin Tang
: Recursive Mahalanobis Separability Measure for Gene Subset Selection.
Volume 8, Number 2, March 2011
, Shuigeng Zhou
: Novel Nonlinear Knowledge-Based Mean Force Potentials Based on Machine Learning.
: Graph Comparison by Log-Odds Score Matrices with Application to Protein Topology Analysis.
Volume 8, Number 3, May 2011
, Rui Jiang
, Tao Jiang
: A Max-Flow-Based Approach to the Identification of Protein Complexes Using Protein Interaction and Microarray Data.
: Component-Based Modeling and Reachability Analysis of Genetic Networks.
Stephen J. Willson
: Regular Networks Can be Uniquely Constructed from Their Trees.
: 3D Shape Reconstruction of Loop Objects in X-Ray Protein Crystallography.
: True Path Rule Hierarchical Ensembles for Genome-Wide Gene Function Prediction.
Volume 8, Number 4, July 2011
, Dan Gusfield
: Extensions and Improvements to the Chordal Graph Approach to the Multistate Perfect Phylogeny Problem.
, Kezhi Mao
: Robust Feature Selection for Microarray Data Based on Multicriterion Fusion.
, Hongya Zhao
, Hong Yan
: Searching for Coexpressed Genes in Three-Color cDNA Microarray Data Using a Probabilistic Model-Based Hough Transform.
, Jinglu Hu
: Accurate Reconstruction for DNA Sequencing by Hybridization Based on a Constructive Heuristic.
Volume 8, Number 5, September 2011
, Lusheng Wang
: Fast Exact Algorithms for the Closest String and Substring Problems with Application to the Planted (L, d)-Motif Model.
: On the Distribution of the Number of Cycles in the Breakpoint Graph of a Random Signed Permutation.
Volume 8, Number 6, November 2011
Jung Hun Oh
, Jean Gao
: Fast Kernel Discriminant Analysis for Classification of Liver Cancer Mass Spectra.
: From Gene Trees to Species Trees II: Species Tree Inference by Minimizing Deep Coalescence Events.
: Optimizing a Widely Used Protein Structure Alignment Measure in Expected Polynomial Time.