Chih-Peng Wu

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BACKGROUND Prediction of protein solvent accessibility, also called accessible surface area (ASA) prediction, is an important step for tertiary structure prediction directly from one-dimensional sequences. Traditionally, predicting solvent accessibility is regarded as either a two- (exposed or buried) or three-state (exposed, intermediate or buried)(More)
Predicting protein structures and simulating protein folding are two of the most important problems in computational biology today. Simulation methods rely on a scoring function to distinguish the native structure (the most energetically stable) from non-native structures. Decoy databases are collections of non-native structures used to test and verify(More)
Predicting protein structures and simulating protein folding are two of the most important problems in computational biology today. Simulation methods rely on a scoring function to distinguish the native structure (the most energetically stable) from non-native structures. Decoy databases are collections of non-native structures used to test and verify(More)
Predicting protein structures and simulating protein folding are two of the most important problems in computational biology today. Simulation methods rely on a scoring function to distinguish the native structure (the most energetically stable) from non-native structures. Decoy databases are collections of non-native structures used to test and verify(More)
  • Hsin Yi Yeh, Nancy M Amato Committee Members, J Martin Scholtz, Dezhen Song, Tiffani L Williams, Jory Denny +6 others
  • 2013
Sampling-based motion planning aims to find a valid path from a start to a goal by sampling in the planning space. Planning on surfaces is an important problem in many research problems, including traditional robotics and computational biology. It is also a difficult research question to plan on surfaces as the surface is only a small subspace of the entire(More)
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