Julianus Pfeuffer

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Max-convolution is an important problem closely resembling standard convolution; as such, max-convolution occurs frequently across many fields. Here we extend the method with fastest known worst-case runtime, which can be applied to nonnegative vectors by numerically approximating the Chebyshev norm · ∞, and use this approach to derive two numerically(More)
In mass spectrometry-based shotgun proteomics, protein identifications are usually the desired result. However, most of the analytical methods are based on the identification of reliable peptides and not the direct identification of intact proteins. Thus, assembling peptides identified from tandem mass spectra into a list of proteins, referred to as protein(More)
High-resolution mass spectrometry (MS) has become an important tool in the life sciences, contributing to the diagnosis and understanding of human diseases, elucidating biomolecular structural information and characterizing cellular signaling networks. However, the rapid growth in the volume and complexity of MS data makes transparent, accurate and(More)
Max-convolution is an important problem closely resembling standard convolution; as such, max-convolution occurs frequently across many fields. Here we extend the method with fastest known worst-case run-time, which can be applied to nonnegative vectors by numerically approximating the Chebyshev norm · ∞, and derive a more accurate method. The absolute(More)
2 Organization Preface 2015 is already the nineteenth edition of the RECOMB conference, so it has become natural to have high expectations on all aspects of the meeting. Even though this is the first time RECOMB is held in Poland, we hope we will not disappoint our participants this year. As the organizers, we have been lucky to work with Teresa Przytycka(More)
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