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  • Sehgal, Deepmala; Rajaram, Vengaldas; Armstead, Ian Peter; Vadez, Vincent; Yadav, Yash Pal; Hash, Charles T.; Yadav, Rattan Singh (2012-01-17)
    Identification of genes underlying drought tolerance (DT) quantitative trait loci (QTLs) will facilitate understanding of molecular mechanisms of drought tolerance, and also will accelerate genetic improvement of pearl ...
  • Clare, Amanda (Wiley, London, 2005)
  • Naik, Nitin Kumar; Su, Pan; Shen, Qiang (IEEE, 2012)
    The design of effective rule based systems is a main goal of development in fuzzy logic and systems. If this design is based on a sparse rule-base where many rules are missing or unknown, then an appropriate solution is ...
  • Hoehndorf, Robert; Dumontier, Michel; Gkoutos, Georgios (2012-09-01)
    The semantic integration of pharmacogenomic knowledge that is currently distributed in several resources extends the access to information that is crucial for new scientific analyses that bridge multiple resources and ...
  • Berry, D P; Meade, K G; Mullen, M P; Butler, S; Diskin, M G; Morris, D; Creevey, C J (2011-02)
    Enormous progress has been made in the selection of animals, including cattle, for specific traits using traditional quantitative genetics approaches. Nevertheless, considerable variation in phenotypes remains unexplained, ...
  • Moghaddam, M.; Witte, C.; Cronin, N.; Lucas, Richard M. (2006-02-15)
    In Queensland, Australia, forest areas are discriminated from non-forest by applying a threshold ( 12%) to Landsat-derived Foliage Projected Cover (FPC) layers (equating to 20% canopy cover), which are produced routinely ...
  • Croft, Paul (2008-12-31)
    Article for a special project included in the Grapheion Year Book 2008 – entitled Memory of the Future edited by art critic and writer Richard Noyce. Article reflects upon the future of Printmaking in 2028 and examines the ...
  • Hoehndorf, Robert; Schofield, Paul N.; Gkoutos, Georgios V. (2013-05-01)
    PhenomeNet is an approach for integrating phenotypes across species and identifying candidate genes for genetic diseases based on the similarity between a disease and animal model phenotypes. In contrast to 'guilt-by-association' ...
  • Archer, Jayne Elisabeth; Goldring, Elizabeth; Knight, Sarah (Manchester University Press, 2010-12-22)
    'The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court' is an interdisciplinary collection of essays on an important but overlooked aspect of early modern English life: the artistic and intellectual patronage ...
  • Lund, Nick (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-08-20)
    As humans, we often differentiate ourselves from other animals by our intelligence and ability to learn, but are these distinctions always so simple? Covering theories of learning, influences on intelligence, animal ...
  • Scott, Len (2011)
    The study of the Cold War has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, with new critical perspectives, sources and debates. The nuclear history of the Cold War has begun to yield new insights on fundamental ...
  • Hillebrand, Claudia (Routledge, 2013-08-22)
  • Lee, Mark Howard; Rowland, Jeremy John (World Scientific, 1995-01-11)
    This book deals with a key area of industrial robotics - the automation of small batch assembly. Assembly imparts enormous added value but turns out to be extraordinarily difficult to automate. The work presented here, all ...
  • Boongoen, Tossapon; Shen, Qiang (2009)
    Combating identity fraud is prominent and urgent since false identity has become the common denominator of all serious crime. Among many identified identity attributes, personal names are commonly falsified or aliased by ...
  • Boongoen, Tossapon; Shen, Qiang (2009-06-18)
    Combating identity fraud is prominent and urgent since false identity has become the common denominator of all serious crime. Among many identified identity attributes, personal names are commonly falsified or aliased by ...
  • Lee, Mark (Halsted Press, 1989-09)
    Intelligent Robotics examines techniques that will enable robots to be more intelligent in the future and considers the main problems and potential barriers to progress. It encourages an engineering approach, relating ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Whelan, Ken (2004-09)
    The automation of laboratory techniques has greatly increased the number of experiments that can be carried out in the chemical and biological sciences. Until recently, this automation has focused primarily on improving ...
  • Shen, Qiang (2009)
    Decision support systems play an important role in many application domains. For instance, in the detection of serious crime, including terrorist activity, an intelligent system which is capable of automated modelling and ...
  • Shen, Qiang (2010-05-28)
    Decision support systems play an important role in many application domains. For instance, in the detection of serious crime, including terrorist activity, an intelligent system which is capable of automated modelling and ...

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