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11. A Structural Approach to the Temporal Modeling of Networks
Published: 12/14/2009
Authors: Brian Dale Cloteaux, Isabel M Beichl
Abstract: Simulation of many dynamic real world systems such as the Internet and social networks requires developing dynamic models for the underlying networks in these systems. Currently, there is a large body of work devoted towards determining the underlyin ...

12. Matching Observed Alpha Helix Lengths to Predicted Secondary Structure
Published: 11/1/2009
Authors: Brian Dale Cloteaux, Nadezhda Serova
Abstract: Because of the complexity in determining the 3D structure of a protein, the use of partial information determined from experimental techniques can greatly reduce the overall computational expense. We investigate the problem of matching experimentally ...

13. Lower Bounds for Accessing Information on Pure Pointer Machines
Published: 7/13/2009
Authors: Brian Dale Cloteaux, Desh Ranjan
Abstract: We study the complexity of representing an array on a Pure Pointer Machine (PPM) or a pointer machine without arithmetic capabilities. In particular, we show that lower bounds in access time for information retrieval on a PPM arise from two different ...

14. Measuring the Effectiveness of the s-Metric to Produce Better Network Models
Published: 12/7/2008
Authors: Isabel M Beichl, Brian Dale Cloteaux
Abstract: Recent research has shown that while many complex networks follow a power-law distribution for their vertex degrees, it is not sufficient to model these networks based only on their degree distribution. In order to better distinguish between these ne ...

15. Generating Network Models Using the S-Metric
Published: 7/14/2008
Authors: Isabel M Beichl, Brian Dale Cloteaux
Abstract: The ability to create random models of real networks is useful for understanding the interactions of the networks. Several researchers have proposed modeling of complex networks using the degree distribution, the most popular being a power-law distr ...

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