Research from faculty members in the Department of Computer Science covers the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Web, Bioinformatics and Computational Intelligence, Databases and Data Mining, High Performance and Grid Computing, Networking, Software and Web Engineering, Theoretical Computer Science, and Vision and Pattern Recognition.

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Submissions from 2013

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Bias Correction in Small Sample from Big Data, Jianguo Lu and Dingding Li

Submissions from 2011

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A Fully Automatic Gridding Method for cDNA Microarray Images, Luis Rueda and Iman Rezaeian

Submissions from 2010

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Ranking Bias in Deep Web Size Estimation Using Capture Recapture Method, Jianguo Lu

Submissions from 2008

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Linear Dimensionality Reduction by Maximizing the Chernoff Distance in the Transformed Space, Luis Rueda and Myriam Herrera

Submissions from 2007

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Xml Schema Matching, Jianguo Lu, Ju Wang, and Shengrui Wang

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Multi-robot-based nanoassembly planning with automated path generation, Xiaobu Yuan and Simon X. Yang

Submissions from 2005

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Spot Detection and Image Segmentation in DNA Microarray Data, Li Qin, Luis Rueda, Ali Adnan, and Alioune Ngom

Submissions from 2003

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Virtual assembly with biologically inspired intelligence, Xiaobu Yuan and Simon X. Yang

Submissions from 2002

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Extensible Information Brokers, Jianguo Lu and John Mylopoulos

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An interactive approach of assembly planning, Xiaobu Yuan

Submissions from 2000

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Higher order generalization and its application in program verification, Jianguo Lu, John Mylopoulos, Masateru Harao, and Masami Hagiya

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P-Buffer: Hidden-line rendering with a dynamic p-buffer, Xiaobu Yuan and Sun Hanqiu

Submissions from 1999

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Dynamic Service Matchmaking among Agents in Open Information Environments, Katia Sycara, Matthias Klusch, Seth Widoff, and Jianguo Lu