Andreas Burchardt

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Protein docking algorithms can be used to study the driving forces and reaction mechanisms of docking processes. They are also able to speed up the lengthy process of experimental structure elucidation of protein complexes by proposing potential structures. In this paper, we are discussing a variant of the protein-protein docking problem, where the input(More)
Acknowledgments: This work has received funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme through the contracts CRACKER (grant agreement no.: 645357) and QT21 (grant agreement no.: 645452). iii Preface Current approaches to Machine Translation (MT) or professional translation evaluation, both automatic and manual, are characterised by a(More)
A well studied problem in the area of Computational Molecular Biology is the so-called Protein-Protein Docking problem (PPD) that can be formulated as follows: Given two proteins <i>A</i> and <i>B</i> that form a protein complex, compute the 3D-structure of the protein complex <i>AB</i>. Protein docking algorithms can be used to study the driving forces and(More)
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