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  • Soldatova, Larisa; Clare, Amanda; Sparkes, Andrew; King, Ross Donald (2006)
    Motivation: A Robot Scientist is a physically implemented robotic system that can automatically carry out cycles of scientific experimentation. We are commissioning a new Robot Scientist designed to investigate gene function ...
  • Qi, Da; King, Ross D.; Hopkins, Andrew L.; Bickerton, G.; Richard, J.; Soldatova, Larisa N. (2010)
    The paper presents an ontology for the description of Drug Discovery Investigation (DDI). This has been developed through the use of a Robot Scientist “Eve”, and in consultation with industry. DDI aims to define the principle ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Soldatova, Larisa (2006-12-22)
    The formal description of experiments for efficient analysis, annotation and sharing of results is a fundamental part of the practice of science. Ontologies are required to achieve this objective. A few subject-specific ...
  • Zwiggelaar, Reyer; Bull, C. R. (1995)
    Links between the fractal Hausdorff dimension, the Fourier transform of two-dimensional scenes, and image segmentation by texture are discussed. It is shown that the fractal Hausdorff dimension can be derived by integration ...
  • Martí, R.; Martí, J.; Freixenet, J.; Zwiggelaar, Reyer; Vilanova, J.C.; Barceló, J. (2008-07)
    The paper presents and evaluates a speckle detection method for B-scan images. This is a fully automatic method and does not require information about the sensor parameters, which is often missing in retrospective studies. ...
  • Shen, Qiang; Boongoen, Tossapon (2009)
    Combating identity fraud is crucial and urgent as false identity has become the common denominator of all serious crime, including mafia trafficking and terrorism. Typical approaches to detecting the use of false identity ...
  • Jensen, Richard; Verbiest, Nele; Cornelis, Chris (2010-10)
    Traditionally, membership to the fuzzy-rough lower, resp. upper approximation is determined by looking only at the worst, resp. best performing object. Consequently, when applied to data analysis problems, these approximations ...
  • Soldatova, Larisa; Schierz, Amanda; King, Ross Donald (2007-04)
    The Brookhaven Protein Data Bank was once a pioneering database, but its organization of structural data is now outdated and in need of an upgrade.
  • Strange, Harry; Zwiggelaar, Reyer (2010)
    Manifold learning is a widely used statistical tool which reduces the dimensionality of a data set while aiming to maintain both local and global properties of the data. We present a novel manifold learning technique which ...
  • Woodland, Alan; Ugail, Hassan; Labrosse, Frederic (BMVA, 2007-09)
    This paper presents a method to extend PDE surfaces to high dimensional spaces. We review a common existing analytic solution, and show how it can be used straightforwardly to increase the dimension of the space the surface ...
  • Liu, Yonghuai (2011-05-01)
    For accurate registration of overlapping free form shapes, different points in one shape must select different points in another as their most sensible correspondents. To reach this ideal state, in this paper we develop a ...
  • Dee, Hannah; Santos, Paulo E. (2011-08-07)
    Recently, psychologists have turned their attention to the study of castshadows and demonstrated that the human perceptual system values information fromshadows very highly in the perception of spatial qualities, sometimes ...
  • Jensen, Richard (Springer Verlag, 2006)
    The main aim of feature selection is to determine a minimal feature subset from a problem domain while retaining a suitably high accuracy in representing the original features. In real world problems FS is a must due to ...
  • Hoehndorf, Robert; Schofield, Paul N.; Gkoutos, Georgios (2011-10)
    Phenotypes are investigated in model organisms to understand and reveal the molecular mechanisms underlying disease. Phenotype ontologies were developed to capture and compare phenotypes within the context of a single ...
  • Ashford, Isabella; Woodland, Alan (Nuffield Foundation, 2011-11-23)
  • Hall, Robert D.; Beale, Michael H.; Fiehn, Oliver; Hardy, Nigel; Sumner, Lloyd W.; Bino, Raoul J. (2002-07)
    After the establishment of technologies for high-throughput DNA sequencing (genomics), gene expression analysis (transcriptomics), and protein analysis (proteomics), the remaining functional genomics challenge is that of ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Ouali, M. (2004)
    Poly-transformation is the extension of the idea of ensemble learning to the transformation step of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD). In poly-transformation multiple transformations of the data are made before learning ...
  • Hall, Robert D.; Hardy, Nigel W. (Humana Press- Springer, 2012-02-17)
    The technologies being developed for the large-scale, essentially unbiased analysis of the small molecules present in organic extracts made from plant materials are greatly changing our way of thinking about what is possible ...
  • King, Ross Donald; Clare, Amanda (2003)
    Motivation S. cerevisiae is one of the most important model organisms, and has has been the focus of over a century of study. In spite of these efforts, 40% of its open reading frames (ORFs) remain classified as having ...
  • Currie, David J.; Lee, Mark; Todd, R. W. (2006)
    This work concerns the modelling of the dielectric properties of biological cell suspensions. The relative permittivity of a suspension is proportional to the volume fraction of suspended cells but it would be more useful ...

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