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- Angèle M. Hamel, Ian P. Goulden
- Eur. J. Comb.
- 1995

In this paper we describe planar decompositions of skew shape tableaux into strips and use the shapes of these strips to generate a determinant. We then prove that each of these determinants is equal to the Schur function for the skew shape. The Jacobi-Trudi identity, the dual Jacobi-Trudi identity, the Giambelli identity and the rim ribbon identity of… (More)

- Angèle M. Hamel
- 2003

A determinantal expansion due to Okada is used to derive both a deformation of Weyl’s denominator formula for the Lie algebra sp(2n) of the symplectic group and a further generalisation involving a product of the deformed denominator with a deformation of flagged characters of sp(2n). In each case the relevant expansion is expressed in terms of certain… (More)

- Michael H. Albert, Alexander Golynski, Angèle M. Hamel, Alejandro López-Ortiz, S. Srinivasa Rao, Mohammad Ali Safari
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 2004

We consider the problem of :nding the longest increasing subsequence in a sliding window over a given sequence (LISW). We propose an output-sensitive data structure that solves this problem in time O(n log log n+OUTPUT) for a sequence of n elements. This data structure substantially improves over the na?@ve generalization of the longest increasing… (More)

- Ziv Bar-Joseph, Erik D. Demaine, David K. Gifford, Nathan Srebro, Angèle M. Hamel, Tommi S. Jaakkola
- Bioinformatics
- 2002

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A major challenge in gene expression analysis is effective data organization and visualization. One of the most popular tools for this task is hierarchical clustering. Hierarchical clustering allows a user to view relationships in scales ranging from single genes to large sets of genes, while at the same time providing a global view of the… (More)

- Ziv Bar-Joseph, Therese C. Biedl, +6 authors Tomáš Vinař
- 2001

In this paper, we study how to present gene expression data to display similarities by trying to find a linear ordering of genes such that genes with similar expression profiles will be close in this ordering. In general, finding the best possible order is intractable, and furthermore an unrestricted ordering may not be desired. Therefore we concentrate on… (More)

- J Pasick, Yohannes Berhane, +18 authors Frederick A. Leighton
- Avian diseases
- 2010

A multi-agency, Canada-wide survey of influenza A viruses circulating in wild birds, coordinated by the Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Centre, was begun in the summer of 2005. Cloacal swab specimens collected from young-of-year ducks were screened for the presence of influenza A nucleic acids by quantitative, real-time reverse transcription-polymerase… (More)

We give a bijective proof of an identity relating primed shifted gl(n)-standard tableaux to the product of a gl(n) character in the form of a Schur function and ∏ 1≤i<j≤n(xi + yj). This result generalises a number of well–known results due to Robbins and Rumsey, Chapman, Tokuyama, Okada and Macdonald. An analogous result is then obtained in the case of… (More)

- Angèle M. Hamel
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 2001

- Angèle M. Hamel
- 2008

Alternating sign matrices with a U–turn boundary (UASMs) are a recent generalization of ordinary alternating sign matrices. Here we show that variations of these matrices are in bijective correspondence with certain symplectic shifted tableaux that were recently introduced in the context of a symplectic version of Tokuyama’s deformation of Weyl’s… (More)

A recent paper (Edman et al. [6]) has taken a combinatorial approach to measuring the anonymity of a threshold mix anonymous communications system. Their paper looks at ways of matching individual messages sent to individual messages received, irrespective of user, and determines a measure of the anonymity provided by the system. Here we extend this… (More)