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- Bud Mishra
- Texts and Monographs in Computer Science
- 1993

- Bud Mishra, Jacob T. Schwartz, Micha Sharir
- Algorithmica
- 1987

We study the criteria under which an object can be gripped by a multifingered dexterous hand, assuming no static friction between the object and the fingers; such grips are calledpositive grips. We study three cases in detail: (i) the body is at equilibrium, (ii) the body is under some constant external force/torque, and (iii) the body is under a varying… (More)

- Sanjoy K. Baruah, Gilad Koren, +5 authors Fuxing Wang
- Real-Time Systems
- 1991

With respect to on-line scheduling algorithms that must direct the service of sporadic task requests we quantify the benefit of clairvoyancy, i.e., the power of possessing knowledge of various task parameters of future events. Specifically, we consider the problem of preemptively sheduling sporadic task requests in both uni- and multi-processor… (More)

- Thomas S. Anantharaman, Bud Mishra, David C. Schwartz
- Journal of Computational Biology
- 1997

In this paper, we describe our algorithmic approach to constructing ordered restriction maps based on the data created from the images of population of individual DNA molecules (clones) digested by restriction enzymes. The goal is to devise map-making algorithms capable of producing high-resolution, high-accuracy maps rapidly and in a scalable manner. The… (More)

- Vera Cherepinsky, Jiawu Feng, Marc Rejali, Bud Mishra
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2003

The current standard correlation coefficient used in the analysis of microarray data was introduced by M. B. Eisen, P. T. Spellman, P. O. Brown, and D. Botstein [(1998) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95, 14863-14868]. Its formulation is rather arbitrary. We give a mathematically rigorous correlation coefficient of two data vectors based on James-Stein shrinkage… (More)

- David G. Kirkpatrick, Bud Mishra, Chee-Keng Yap
- STOC
- 1990

We prove the following quantitative form of a classical theorem of Steinitz: Let m be sufficiently large. I f the convex huh of a subset S of Euclidean d-space contains a unit bMl then there is a subset of S with at most m points whose convex huh contains a ball with the same center and having residual radius

- John Maciejowski, Nadia Ugel, Bud Mishra, Marco Isopi, E Jane Albert Hubbard
- Developmental biology
- 2006

Certain aspects of the distal gonad of C. elegans are comparable to niche/stem cell systems in other organisms. The distal tip cell (DTC) caps a blind-ended tube; only the distal germ cells maintain proliferation in response to signaling from the DTC via the GLP-1/Notch signaling pathway in the germ line. Fruitful comparison between this system and other… (More)

- Marco Antoniotti, Alberto Policriti, Nadia Ugel, Bud Mishra
- Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics
- 2003

A central claim of computational systems biology is that, by drawing on mathematical approaches developed in the context of dynamic systems, kinetic analysis, computational theory and logic, it is possible to create powerful simulation, analysis, and reasoning tools for working biologists to decipher existing data, devise new experiments, and ultimately to… (More)

- Michael C. Browne, Edmund M. Clarke, David L. Dill, Bud Mishra
- IEEE Trans. Computers
- 1986

Verifying the correctness of sequential circuits has been an important problem for a long time. But lack of any formal and efficient method of verification has prevented the creation of practical design aids for this purpose. Since all the known techniques of simulation and prototype testing are time-consuming and not very reliable, there is an acute need… (More)