M. G. Sriram

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Modelling of protein-protein interactions in signal transduction is receiving increased attention in computational biology. This paper describes recent research in the application of Maude, a symbolic language founded on rewriting logic, to the modelling of functional domains within signalling proteins. Protein functional domains (PFDs) are a critical focus(More)
Medical errors can be reduced by the sharing of medical information and the correct application of medical information. A wealth of medical information exists in the form of published medical algorithms. These algorithms represent a summary of medical research ranging from simple calculations such as Body-Mass Index to complex outcome predictions.(More)
A wealth of medical information exists in the form of published algorithms. These algorithms range from simple calculations to complex outcome predictions. Most clinicians use only a small subset routinely. The barriers to their use include the lack of knowledge that they exist, uncertainty about their boundaries, difficulty in converting to the units(More)
In this paper we are concerned with the problem of determining the potential for load balancing in a distributed computing system. We define a precise measure, called the number of sharable jobs, of this potential in terms of the number of jobs that can usefully be transferred across sites in the system. Properties of this measure are derived, including a(More)
Throughout the country, low-income, Latino immigrant populations are more likely than others to have difficulty accessing financial services that meet their needs. Langley Park, Maryland, a community with a very large population of recent immigrants, is an ideal place to study this problem. We conducted an analysis of pre-existing quantitative data and held(More)