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Measuring semantic similarity between Gene Ontology terms
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We introduce GraSM, a novel method that uses all the information in the graph structure of the Gene Ontology, instead of considering it as a hierarchical tree. Expand
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Algal genomes reveal evolutionary mosaicism and the fate of nucleomorphs
Cryptophyte and chlorarachniophyte algae are transitional forms in the widespread secondary endosymbiotic acquisition of photosynthesis by engulfment of eukaryotic algae. Unlike most secondaryExpand
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Semantic similarity over the gene ontology: family correlation and selecting disjunctive ancestors
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This paper introduces our study of the correlation between GO and family similarity and introduces GraSM, a novel method that uses all the information in the graph structure of the GO, instead of considering it as a hierarchical tree. Expand
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Finding genomic ontology terms in text using evidence content
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This document introduces a novel unsupervised method for recognizing biological properties in unstructured text, involving the evidence content of their names. Expand
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A Risk Management Framework for User-Generated Content on Public Display Systems
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We propose a framework that supports the systematic elicitation of the risks involved, their prioritisation and the selection of the specific combination of moderation techniques that is able to reduce risk to a level that is deemed acceptable, while minimising the moderation effort and the impact on the willingness of users to publish their content. Expand
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The FUSE Platform: Supporting Ubiquitous Collaboration Within Diverse Mobile Environments
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The recent proliferation of heterogeneous computing devices and wireless network technology presents new opportunities for ubiquitous collaboration, which provides widespread access to shared services through a variety of interactive devices, irrespective of whether individuals are mobile or deskbound. Expand
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ProFAL: PROtein Functional Annotation through Literature
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We introduce ProFAL (PROtein Functional Annotation through Literature), a new information system for automatic annotation of biological databases using Bioinformatics methods. Expand
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Risk Elicitation for User-Generated Content in Situated Interaction
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Digital public displays have a unique capability to enable situated shared experiences, especially when open to user-generated content from people in their vicinity. Expand
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Moderation techniques for user-generated content in place-based communication
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Public displays can play a particularly important role in place-based communication because of their unique capability to expose their message in a contextually relevant way to anyone nearby, breaking personal filter bubbles and enabling situated shared experiences. Expand
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A Citywide Mixed Reality Performance : Initial Findings
Introduction Citywide is the provisional title for a new mixed reality performance that will be experienced by people as they move around a physical city. Set within the backdrop of two cities, oneExpand
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