2008 8th IEEE International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering

8-10 Oct. 2008

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  • [Title page]

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  • [Copyright notice]

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  • Message from the BIBE founding steering chair

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  • Message from the BIBE 2008 general chair

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  • Founding Steering Committee

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  • “Science and technology: Genes, brain, stress and evolution”

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  • “Biomedical engineering for global healthcare”

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  • “The European cancer informatics landscape: Challenges for the biomedical informatics community”

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  • “Model-based strategies for biomedical image analysis”

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  • “Recent research activities in Europe: Supporting the evolution of healthcare”

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  • “Frontiers of Neuroengineering with focus on brain machine interface and neural prostheses”

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  • “Quo vadis cardiovascular informatics?”

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  • “On growth of ellipsoidal tumours”

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  • “An effective approach to Magnetoencephalography”

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  • “Biobanks, biomolecular resources and bioinformatics for health care and medical research in Europe”

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  • 2008 BIBE awards recipients

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  • The European cancer informatics landscape: Challenges for the biomedical informatics community

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    This paper critically examines European and global efforts towards developing publicly-accessible interoperable and distributed production systems in the health and life sciences (with a focus on cancer), via ontologies, formal metadata, service oriented architectures, and grid computing models. Significant engineering challenges need to be successfully addressed if we are going to realize our vis... View full abstract»

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  • Quo vadis cardiovascular informatics?

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    In spite of the advancement and proliferation of cardiovascular imaging, the rate of deaths due to unpredicted heart attack remains high. Thus, it becomes imperative to develop novel computational tools to mine quantitative parameters from the imaging data for early detection of asymptomatic cardiovascular disease. Coronary calcification burden has been reported to be a significant and independent... View full abstract»

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  • On ellipsoidal tumours

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    Almost every tumour model, that has been investigated so far, refers to the highly symmetric case of the spherical geometry, where the curvature is a global invariant over its surface. Hence, no information about the effects of the local curvature upon the shape of the outer boundary of the proliferating region was available. Here, we examine the case of a triaxial ellipsoidal tumour where the mea... View full abstract»

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  • An effective approach to electromagnetoencephalography

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    An effective approach for the solution of the inverse problems associated with EEG and MEG was introduced. It yields a complete answer to the non-uniqueness question even in the case of an arbitrary geometry. Furthermore, in the particular cases of spherical and ellipsoidal geometry it yields effective formulae for the ldquovisiblerdquo component of the current. The analysis is concerned with a co... View full abstract»

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  • A branch-and-bound approach to knowledge-based protein structure assembly

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    With the unprecedented growth in the size of sequence and structure databases, knowledge-based methods have become increasingly feasible for protein structure prediction. We developed a branch-and-bound method for structlets-based protein structure assembly. We explore the effectiveness of this approach by examining its capability to reconstruct the 3D structure of some proteins with known 3D stru... View full abstract»

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  • GPM: A graph pattern matching kernel with diffusion for chemical compound classification

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    Classifying chemical compounds is an active topic in drug design and other cheminformatics applications. Graphs are general tools for organizing information from heterogeneous sources and have been applied in modelling many kinds of biological data. With the fast accumulation of chemical structure data, building highly accurate predictive models for chemical graphs emerges as a new challenge . In ... View full abstract»

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  • Structure feature selection for chemical compound classification

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    With the development of highly efficient cheminformatics data collection technology, classification of chemical structure data emerges as an important topic in cheminformatics. Towards building highly accurate predictive models for chemical data, here we present an efficient feature selection method. In our method, we first represent a chemical structure by its 2D connectivity map. We then use fre... View full abstract»

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  • An enhanced Markov clustering method for detecting protein complexes

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    With the recent high-throughput methods, large datasets of experimentally detected pairwise protein-protein interactions are generated. However, these data suffer from noise, reducing the quality of the information they bring (identification of protein complexes). This paper introduces a novel methodology for detecting protein complexes in a protein-protein interaction graph. Our method initially ... View full abstract»

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  • Physical understanding via reduction of complex multiscale models: Glycolysis in saccharomyces cerevisiae

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    We consider complex mathematical models that are characterized by a wide spectrum of time scales, the fastest of which are operative during the initial state only, leaving the slower ones to drive the system at later times. It is shown that very useful physical understanding can be acquired if the fast and slow dynamics are first separated and then analyzed. Existing algorithmic methodologies can ... View full abstract»

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