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Michael S. Waterman (US-amerikanischer Biomathematiker)
Michael Waterman
Michael Waterman (American scientist and professor at the University of Southern California)
Michael Waterman (Amerikaans wiskundige)
Waterman, M. S.
Waterman, Michael
Waterman, Michael (American printmaker and painter, contemporary)
Waterman, Michael S.
Waterman, Michael Spencer
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迈克尔·沃特曼
Dates: 
circa 1920-06-28
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Chapman and Hall (Londyn)
Deonier, R. C.
Deonier, Richard C.
Istrail, Sorin
Lander, Eric S.
Lothaire, M. (Pseudonym; see also from)
Pevzner, Pavel
Speed, T. P.
Speed, Terry (19..-....))
Tavaré, Simon
University of Southern California Affiliation (see also from)
Vialette, St'̂phane
Titles: 
Accuracy assessment of diploid consensus sequences.
accuracy of DNA sequences: estimating sequence quality., The
Advances in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Third Brazilian Symposium on Bioinformatics, BSB 2008, Santo André, Brazil, August 28-30, 2008. Proceedings
algorithm for assembly of ordered restriction maps from single DNA molecules, An
Algorithms for restriction map comparisons.
Algorithms in Bioinformatics 8th International Workshop, WABI 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 15-19, 2008. Proceedings
Alignment-free sequence comparison (I): statistics and power.
Alignment-free sequence comparison (II): theoretical power of comparison statistics.
Alignment of optical maps.
Approximations to profile score distributions.
B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics., The
Bayesian model for determining the optimal test stress for a single test unit, A
Calculating the secrets of life : applications of the mathematical sciences in molecular biology
central limit theorem for the parsimony length of trees, A
Chimeric alignment by dynamic programming:algorithm and biological uses
Comparative Genomics International Workshop, RECOMB-CG 2008, Paris, France, October 13-15, 2008. Proceedings
Comparison of biosequences
Computational genome analysis : an introduction
Computational methods for SNPs and haplotype inference, c2004:
Computational methods for SNPs and Haplotype inference : DIMACS/RECOMB satellite workshop, Piscataway, NJ, USA, November 2002 revised papers
Computational Methods in Systems Biology 6th International Conference CMSB 2008, Rostock, Germany, October 12-15, 2008. Proceedings
Computer analysis of nucleic acid sequences.
Computer methods for locating kinetoplastid cryptogenes.
Consensus methods for DNA and protein sequence alignment.
Consensus methods for folding single-stranded nucleic acids.
Continuing Case of the Florida Dentist, The
Diploid genome reconstruction of Ciona intestinalis and comparative analysis with Ciona savignyi
distribution of restriction enzyme sites in Escherichia coli., The
Distributional regimes for the number of k-word matches between two random sequences.
DNA sequence assembly and multiple sequence alignment by an Eulerian path approach.
dynamic programming algorithm for haplotype block partitioning., A
Dynamic programming algorithm to find all solutions in a neighborhood of the optimum.
Dynamic programming algorithms for haplotype block partitioning:applications to human chromosome 21 haplotype data
Dynamic programming algorithms for picture comparison
Dynamic programming algorithms for restriction map comparison
Estimating statistical significance of sequence alignments.
Estimating the repeat structure and length of DNA sequences using L-tuples.
Estimation for restriction sites observed by optical mapping using reversible-jump Markov chain Monte Carlo
Eulerian path approach to DNA fragment assembly., An
Eulerian path approach to global multiple alignment for DNA sequences., An
Eulerian path approach to local multiple alignment for DNA sequences, An
expected fraction of clonable genomic DNA., The
Gamma prior distribution selection for Bayesian analysis of failure rate and reliability
Gene Aging Nexus: a web database and data mining platform for microarray data on aging.
Genetic mapping and DNA sequencing
Genome informatics I: community databases.
Genomic mapping by anchoring random clones: a mathematical analysis.
Genomic mapping by end-characterized random clones: a mathematical analysis.
Genomic mapping by fingerprinting random clones: a mathematical analysis.
Genomic sequence databases.
graph-based approach to systematically reconstruct human transcriptional regulatory modules, A
HapBlock: haplotype block partitioning and tag SNP selection software using a set of dynamic programming algorithms
Haplotype block partition with limited resources and applications to human chromosome 21 haplotype data.
Haplotype block partitioning and tag SNP selection using genotype data and their applications to association studies.
Haplotype reconstruction from SNP alignment.
HAPLOWSER : a whole-genome haplotype browser for personal genome and metagenome
Hierarchical analysis of influenza A hemagglutinin gene sequences.
High-resolution human genome structure by single-molecule analysis
How do you spell DNA?
Integrative analysis of many weighted co-expression networks using tensor computation.
Integrative missing value estimation for microarray data.
integrative modular approach to systematically predict gene-phenotype associations., An
integrative network approach to map the transcriptome to the phenome., An
Jacobi algorithm and metric theory for greatest common divisors, A
Lecture notes in bioinformatics
Life
local algorithm for DNA sequence alignment with inversions., A
Local matching of random restriction maps
Mapping DNA by stochastic relaxation
match game: New stratigraphic correlation algorithms., The
mathematical analysis of in vitro molecular selection-amplification, A
Mathematical methods for DNA sequences
method for fast database search for all k-nucleotide repeats., A
Modeling and optimizing a gas-water reservoir, 1978 (a.e.)
Multiple hypothesis testing for sequence comparisons.
Multiple solutions of DNA restriction mapping problems
multiple-tubes approach for accurate genotyping of very small DNA samples by using PCR: statistical considerations., A
new algorithm for best subsequence alignments with application to tRNA-rRNA comparisons., A
new algorithm for DNA sequence assembly., A
new approach to fragment assembly in DNA sequencing, A
new computational method for detection of chimeric 16S rRNA artifacts generated by PCR amplification from mixed bacterial populations., A
New powerful statistics for alignment-free sequence comparison under a pattern transfer model.
On the length of the longest exact position match in a random sequence.
On the random distribution of nucleoli in metabolic cells.
On the statistical significance of nucleic acid similarities.
Optimizing restriction fragment fingerprinting methods for ordering large genomic libraries.
Parametric and ensemble sequence alignment algorithms.
Parametric sequence comparisons.
Pattern analysis of the genetic code.
Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics Third IAPR International Conference, PRIB 2008, Melbourne, Australia, October 15-17, 2008. Proceedings
Pattern recognition in several sequences: consensus and alignment.
Phase transitions in sequence matches and nucleic acid structure.
Poisson, compound Poisson and process approximations for testing statistical significance in sequence comparisons.
Poisson process approximation for sequence repeats, and sequencing by hybridization
Pooling strategies for establishing physical genome maps using FISH
power of detecting enriched patterns: an HMM approach., The
Power of Detecting Enriched Patterns, The : An HMM Approach
Probability distributions for DNA sequence comparisons.
quantile method for sizing optical maps., A
Rapid and accurate estimates of statistical significance for sequence data base searches.
Rapid dynamic programming algorithms for RNA secondary structure
RECOMB'98 papers presented at the Second Annual International Conference on ..., New York, NY, March 22-25, 1998
RECOMB 99, c1999:
RECOMB 99 proceedings of the Third Annual International Conference on Computational Molecular Biology, April 11-14, 1999, Hôtel de Lyon Métropole, Lyon, France
Refinement of optical map assemblies
Regulatory pattern identification in nucleic acid sequences.
Sequence alignment and penalty choice: Review of concepts, case studies and implications
Sequence alignment as hypothesis testing.
Sequence alignments in the neighborhood of the optimum with general application to dynamic programming.
Seventh Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (APBC2009)., The
single molecule scaffold for the maize genome., A
SOME ERGODIC PROPERTIES OF MULTI-DIMENSIONAL F-EXPANSIONS
Statistical analysis and planning of multihundred-watt impact tests
Statistical characterization of nucleic acid sequence functional domains.
statistical distribution of nucleic acid similarities., The
Systematic discovery of functional modules and context-specific functional annotation of human genome
systolic array processor for biological information signal processing, A
Transactions on Computational Systems Biology IX
Whither computational biology.
Whole genome amplification of single cells: mathematical analysis of PEP and tagged PCR.
Whole-genome shotgun assembly and comparison of human genome assemblies
Zinc finger gene clusters and tandem gene duplication.
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BIOINFORMATICS -OXFORD-
BULLETIN OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
IEEE ACM TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS
JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
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