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Kavraki, L.
Kavraki, Lydia
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Agarwal, Pankaj K.
Mason, Matthew T.
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Algorithmic issues in modeling motion
Algorithms for structural comparison and statistical analysis of 3D protein motifs.
Analysis of probabilistic roadmaps for path planning
Analysis of substructural variation in families of enzymatic proteins with applications to protein function prediction.
Application of nonlinear dimensionality reduction to characterize the conformational landscape of small peptides.
Cavity-aware motifs reduce false positives in protein function prediction.
Cavity scaling: automated refinement of cavity-aware motifs in protein function prediction.
Composite motifs integrating multiple protein structures increase sensitivity for function prediction.
Computation of configuration-space obstacles using the Fast Fourier Transform.
Computational challenges in systems biology
Conformational Flexibility Models for the Receptor in Structure Based Drug Design
Decomposition-based motion planning: A framework for real-time motion planning in high-dimensional configuration spaces
Deformable volumes in path planning applications
dimensionality reduction approach to modeling protein flexibility, A
Distributed computation of the knn graph for large high-dimensional point sets
Efficient database screening for rational drug design using pharmacophore-constrained conformational search
Electrostatic contributions drive the interaction between Staphylococcus aureus protein Efb-C and its complement target C3d.
Fast and reliable analysis of molecular motion using proximity relations and dimensionality reduction.
Finding metabolic pathways using atom tracking
Framework for using the workspace medial axis in PRM planners
From coarse-grain to all-atom: toward multiscale analysis of protein landscapes.
Generalizing the analysis of PRM
geometric approach to designing a programmable force field with a unique stable equilibrium for parts in the plane, A
Hybrid systems: from verification to falsification by combining motion planning and discrete search
Improving conformational searches by geometric screening
LabelHash algorithm for substructure matching., The
LabelHash Server and Tools for substructure-based functional annotation., The
Low-dimensional, free-energy landscapes of protein-folding reactions by nonlinear dimensionality reduction
MASH pipeline for protein function prediction and an algorithm for the geometric refinement of 3D motifs., The
Matching of structural motifs using hashing on residue labels and geometric filtering for protein function prediction.
Measure theoretic analysis of probabilistic path planning
Modeling protein conformational ensembles: from missing loops to equilibrium fluctuations.
Molecular docking: A problem with thousands of degrees of freedom
Motion Planning With Dynamics by a Synergistic Combination of Layers of Planning
Multi-scale characterization of the energy landscape of proteins with application to the C3D/Efb-C complex.
Multiscale characterization of protein conformational ensembles.
new method for fast and accurate derivation of molecular conformations., A
On the Characterization of Protein Native State Ensembles
On the complexity of assembly partitioning
Part orientation with one or two stable equilibria using programmable force fields
Path planning for elastic plates under manipulation constraints
Path planning using Lazy PRM
Planning Paths for Elastic Objects under Manipulation Constraints
Positioning and orienting a class of symmetric parts using a combination of a unit-radial and a constant force fields
Positioning of Symmetric and Nonsymmetric Parts Using Radial and Constant Fields: Computation of All Equilibrium Configurations
Practical robust localization over large-scale 802.11 wireless networks
Prediction of enzyme function based on 3D templates of evolutionarily important amino acids.
Probabilistic optimization applied to spacecraft rendezvous and docking.
Probabilistic roadmap approach for systems with closed kinematic chains
Probabilistic roadmaps for path planning in high-dimensional configuration spaces, 1994:
Random networks in configuration space for fast path planning.
Random Sampling Scheme for Path Planning, A
Randomized path planning for linkages with closed kinematic chaos
Randomized planning for short inspection paths
Randomized Query Processing in Robot Motion Planning
Randomized query processing in robot path planning
Recurrent use of evolutionary importance for functional annotation of proteins based on local structural similarity.
Roadmap methods for protein folding.
Robot Homing by Exploiting Panoramic Vision
Robotics-based location sensing using wireless ethernet
Robotics : the algorithmic perspective : the Third Workshop on the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics
Safe and Distributed Kinodynamic Replanning for Vehicular Networks
Sampling-Based Roadmap of Trees for Parallel Motion Planning
Simulated knot tying
single universal force field can uniquely orient non-symmetric parts, A
Spacecraft rendezvous and docking with real-time, randomized optimization
statistical model to correct systematic bias introduced by algorithmic thresholds in protein structural comparison algorithms, A
Tracing conformational changes in proteins.
Two-Handed Assembly Sequencing
Understanding protein flexibility through dimensionality reduction.
Unfolding the fold of cyclic cysteine-rich peptides
Using motion planning for knot untangling
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IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION
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