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  • Distributed event-triggered networked set-membership filtering with partial information transmission 

    Xia, Nan; Yang, Fuwen; Han, Qing-Long (IET Control Theory and Applications, 2017)
    This study addresses the problem of distributed event-triggered set-membership filtering for a class of discrete time-varying systems in the presence of unknown-but-bounded noises. First, an event-triggered mechanism is ...
  • Improving protein fold recognition and template-based modeling by employing probabilistic-based matching between predicted one-dimensional structural properties of query and corresponding native properties of templates 

    Yang, Yuedong; Faraggi, Eshel; Zhao, Huiying; Zhou, Yaoqi (Bioinformatics, 2011)
    Motivation: In recent years, development of a single-method fold-recognition server lags behind consensus and multiple template techniques. However, a good consensus prediction relies on the accuracy of individual methods. ...
  • Distortions in Tourism Development in the Dali Autonomous Region, China 

    Dai, Shanshan; Scott, Noel; Xu, Honggang; Ding, Peiyi; Laws, Eric (Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2012)
    This paper presents a tourism destination development sequence for Dali, Yunnan Province, China. The development of Dali highlights limits in the power of the local government as the lead stakeholder, which took a top-down ...
  • Community-Wide Assessment of Protein-Interface Modeling Suggests Improvements to Design Methodology 

    J. Fleishman, Sarel; A. Whitehead, Timothy; Strauch, Eva-Maria; E. Corn, Jacob; Qin, Sanbo; Zhou, Huan-Xiang; C. Mitchell, Julie; N. A. Demerdash, Omar; Takeda-Shitaka, Mayuko; Terashi, Genki; H. Moal, Iain; Li, Xiaofan; A. Bates, Paul; Zacharias, Martin; Park, Hahnbeom; Ko, Jun-su; Lee, Hasup; Seok, Chaok; Bourquard, Thomas; Bernauer, Julie; Poupon, Anne; Aze, Jerome; Soner, Seren; Ovali, Sefik Kerem; Ozbek, Pemra; Tal, Nir Ben; Haliloglu, Turkan; Hwang, Howook; Vreven, Thom; G. Pierce, Brian; Weng, Zhiping; Perez-Cano, Laura; Pons, Carles; Fernandez-Recio, Juan; Jiang, Fan; Yang, Feng; Gong, Xinqi; Cao, Libin; Xu, Xianjin; Liu, Bin; Wang, Panwen; Li, Chunhua; Wang, Cunxin; H. Robert, Charles; Guharoy, Mainak; Liu, Shiyong; Huang, Yangyu; Li, Lin; Guo, Dachuan; Chen, Ying; Xiao, Yi; London, Nir; Itzhaki, Zohar; Schueler-Furman, Ora; Inbar, Yuval; Potapov, Vladimir; Cohen, Mati; Schreiber, Gideon; Tsuchiya, Yuko; Kanamori, Eiji; M. Standley, Daron; Nakamura, Haruki; Kinoshita, Kengo; M. Driggers, Camden; G. Hall, Robert; L. Morgan, Jessica; L. Hsu, Victor; Zhan, Jian; Yang, Yuedong; Zhou, Yaoqi; L. Kastritis, Panagiotis; M. J. J. Bonvin, Alexandre; Zhang, Weiyi; J. Camacho, Carlos; P. Kilambi, Krishna; Sircar, Aroop; J. Gray, Jeffrey; Ohue, Masahito; Uchikoga, Nobuyuki; Matsuzaki, Yuri; Ishida, Takashi; Akiyama, Yutaka; Khashan, Raed; Bush, Stephen; Fouches, Denis; Tropsha, Alexander; Esquivel-Rodriguez, Juan; Kihara, Daisuke; Benjamin Stranges, P.; Jacak, Ron; Kuhlman, Brian; Huang, Sheng-You; Zou, Xiaoqin; J. Wodak, Shoshana; Janin, Joel; Baker, David (Journal of Molecular Biology, 2011)
    The CAPRI (Critical Assessment of Predicted Interactions) and CASP (Critical Assessment of protein Structure Prediction) experiments have demonstrated the power of community-wide tests of methodology in assessing the current ...
  • Effects of temperature on urinary corticosterone metabolite responses to short-term capture and handling stress in the cane toad (Rhinella marina) 

    Narayan, Edward; Cockrem, John; Hero, Jean-Marc (General and Comparative Endocrinology, 2012)
    Extreme temperature can cause metabolic, immune and behavioural changes in amphibians. Short-term stress hormonal response via increased secretion of corticosterone enables amphibians to make necessary physiological and ...

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