Hillel Fleischer

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ProtoNet is an automatic hierarchical classification of the protein sequence space. In 2004, the ProtoNet (version 4.0) presents the analysis of over one million proteins merged from SwissProt and TrEMBL databases. In addition to rich visualization and analysis tools to navigate the clustering hierarchy, we incorporated several improvements that allow a(More)
The ProtoNet site provides an automatic hierarchical clustering of the SWISS-PROT protein database. The clustering is based on an all-against-all BLAST similarity search. The similarities' E-score is used to perform a continuous bottom-up clustering process by applying alternative rules for merging clusters. The outcome of this clustering process is a(More)
Northern Europe is one of the regions where more frequent and more severe storms and storm surges are expected due to climatic changes. In order to maintain an acceptable risk of flooding suitable adaptation strategies must be defined and implemented. Optimum solutions demand collaboration of different professionals and thus simple graphical means must be(More)
The ProtoNet site provides an automatic hierarchical clustering of the protein space. The clustering is based on an all-against-all BLAST similarity test. With this similarity measure we proceed to perform a continuous bottom-up clustering process by applying alternative rules for merging clusters. The outcome of this clustering process is a classification(More)
The authors examine recent population growth in the Federal Republic of Germany and present population statistics, the most recent of which are for 1986. A section on natural increase includes information on marriages and marriage age; births, including data on national origin; mothers' age structure; deaths, including stillbirths and infant deaths; births(More)
Population trends in Germany in 1993 are reviewed, with an emphasis on international migration of foreigners and refugees. Other topics covered include marriages, births, and deaths for the total population and by religion; internal migration; international migration of Germans; and changes in population size. Some comparative data for earlier years are(More)
Trends in the foreign population in West Germany since 1987 are examined. Data are from the Central Register of Foreigners and the 1987 census. Information is included on methodological problems, population size, foreigners as a percentage of the total population, births and deaths, international migration, refugees, regional distribution, and nationality.
Information is presented on the foreign population in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1985. The data are from official sources, and some comparative statistics for earlier years are also provided. Topics covered include the size of the foreign population, international migration, regional distribution, nationality, and length of stay in Germany.