Kevin E. Gilbert

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The vast increase of pertinent information available to drug discovery scientists means that there is a strong demand for tools and techniques for organizing and intelligently mining this information for manageable human consumption. At Indiana University, we have developed an infrastructure of chemoinformatics Web services that simplifies the access to(More)
In recent years, there has been an explosion in the availability of publicly accessible chemical information, including chemical structures of small molecules, structure-derived properties and associated biological activities in a variety of assays. These data sources present us with a significant opportunity to develop and apply computational tools to(More)
The vast increase of pertinent information available to drug discovery scientists means that there is strong demand for tools and techniques for organizing and intelligently mining this information for manageable human consumption. At Indiana University, we are developing techniques for " smart mining " of this information, based on web services, workflows,(More)
— Many scientific fields routinely generate huge datasets. In many cases, these datasets are not static but rapidly grow in size. Handling these types of datasets, as well as allowing sophisticated queries necessitates efficient distributed database systems that allow geographically dispersed users to access resources and to use machines simultaneously in(More)
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