|Efficient clustering algorithms for genome-wide expression analysis|
Contact: Dr. J. ErnstMaterial available online:
BFAM Workshop Hohenkammer 2004 (talk), Powerpoint
|Analysis of biological networks|
|For the analysis of biological networks heterogenous data and
knowledge from different fields of molecular biology, biochemistry
and medicine has to be merged, often resulting in large networks like
protein-protein-interaction-, metabolic or regulatory networks. Within
this project we aim at developing methods for the structural analysis,
comparison and visualization of such (biological) networks.
BFAM Workshop Hohenkammer 2004 (slides), Powerpoint
German Conference on Bioinformatics 2004 (poster), pdf
|Proteinsearch in large databases|
| A novel approach for fast searching in huge structural databases like the PDB.
The data structure is based on an adaption of the generalized suffix tree and relies
on an translation- and rotation-invariant representation of the protein backbone.
Talk at the GCB 2004 (slides), Powerpoint
Article in Nucleic Acids Research Web Server Issue 2006
Main topics of interest are the design and analysis of indexing structures for large texts or collections thereof. We are also interested in approximate (i.e., fault tolerant) methods. The analysis considers worst-case as well as average-case behavior.
Average-case Analysis of Approximate Trie Search. Slides of talk at CPM04 (see also material on personal home page of Moritz Maaß)
Linear Bidirectional On-line Construction of Affix Trees Slides of talk at CPM00 (see also material on personal home page of Moritz Maaß)
Computer-Chemie-Centrum, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Dr. Stuempflen, MIPS
|Letzte Änderung: Jan Griebsch am 06.02.2007|