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3dSS is a web-based interactive computing server, primarily designed to aid researchers, to superpose two or several 3D protein structures. In addition, the server can be effectively used to find the invariant and common water molecules present in the superposed homologous protein structures. The molecular visualization tool RASMOL is interfaced with the(More)
The advent of digital computers has made the routine use of pattern-matching possible in various applications. This has also stimulated the development of many algorithms. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm that offers improved performance compared to those reported in the literature so far. The new algorithm has been evolved after analyzing the(More)
At-speed testing of GHz processors using external testers may not be technically and economically feasible. Hence, there is an emerging need for low-cost, high-quality self-test methodologies, which can be used by processors to test themselves at-speed. Currently, Built-In Self-Test (BIST) is the primary self-test methodology available and is widely used(More)
Conformation Angles DataBase (CADB) provides an online resource to access data on conformation angles (both main-chain and side-chain) of protein structures in two data sets corresponding to 25% and 90% sequence identity between any two proteins, available in the Protein Data Bank. In addition, the database contains the necessary crystallographic(More)
The occurrence of similar structural repeats in a protein structure has evolved through gene duplication. These repeats act as a structural building block and form more than one compact structural and functional unit called a repeat domain. The protein families comprising similar structural repeats are mainly involved in protein-protein interactions as well(More)
Transmembrane Helices in Genome Sequences (THGS) is an interactive web-based database, developed to search the transmembrane helices in the user-interested gene sequences available in the Genome Database (GDB). The proposed database has provision to search sequence motifs in transmembrane and globular proteins. In addition, the motif can be searched in the(More)
In this paper, we describe FLEXBUS, a flexible, high-performance onchip communication architecture featuring a dynamically configurable topology. FLEXBUS is designed to detect run-time variations in communication traffic characteristics, and efficiently adapt the <i>topology</i> of the communication architecture, both at the system-level, through <i>dynamic(More)
General-purpose System-on-Chip platforms consistingof configurable components are emerging as an attractivealternative to traditional, customized solutions (e.g., ASICs,custom SoCs), owing to their flexibility, time-to-market advantage,and low engineering costs. However, the adoptionof such platforms in many high-volume markets (e.g, wirelesshandhelds) is(More)
— The on-chip communication architecture is a major determinant of overall performance in complex System-on-Chip (SoC) designs. Since the communication requirements of SoC components can vary significantly over time, communication ar-chitectures that dynamically detect and adapt to such variations can substantially improve system performance. In this paper,(More)