2005 Technical Reports
- CS-2005-01. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiaogang Wang. BILCOM: Bi-level Clustering of Mixed Categorical and Numerical Biological Data.
- CS-2005-02. Hui Jiang, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu, Koki Sasaki and Takaaki Moriya. A Rapid Bayesian Adaptation of N-gram Language Models Using Cross-word Correlation.
- CS-2005-03. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiaogang Wang. Clustering Mixed Numerical and Uncertain Categorical Data with M-BILCOM: Significance Metrics on a Yeast Example.
- CS-2005-04. Franck van Breugel and Mariya Koshkina. Dead-Path-Elimination in BPEL4WS.
- CS-2005-05. Kien Huynh, Jane Fung, Franck van Breugel and Bill O'Farrell. Analysis through Reflection, walking the EMF model of BPEL4WS.
- CS-2005-06. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiaogang Wang. Multi-Layer Increasing Coherence Clustering of Large Software Data Sets with MULICsoft.
- CS-2005-07. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiaogang Wang. Multi-Layer Increasing Coherence Clustering of Autonomous Systems with MULICsoft.
- CS-2005-08. Neil D. B. Bruce and John K. Tsotsos. A Connectionist Perspective on Laterality in Visual Attention.
- CS-2005-09. Bill Andreopoulos. Clustering Algorithms: Applications to Software Engineering, Computer Security, Biology and Medicine.
- CS-2005-10. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiaogang Wang. A Framework for Unsupervised Learning With Multiple Criteria.
- CS-2005-11. Franck van Breugel. A Behavioural Pseudometric for Metric Labelled Transition Systems.
- CS-2005-12. Mikhail Sizintsev and Richard P. Wildes. Computational Analysis of Binocular Half-Occlusions.
- CS-2005-13. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An, Xiangji Huang and Xiaogang Wang. Finding Molecular Complexes through Multiple Layer Clustering of Protein Interaction Networks.
- CS-2005-14. Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An and Xiangji Huang. Integration of Genomic, Proteomic and Biomedical Information on the Semantic Web.
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