Phil Anderson

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Text retrieval systems are used to fetch documents from large text collections, using queries consisting of words and word sequences. A shortcoming of current systems is that word-sequence queries, also known as phrase queries, can be expensive to evaluate, particularly if they include common words. Another limitation is that some forms of querying are not(More)
Heterotrimeric G proteins are signal-transducing molecules activated by seven transmembrane domain receptors. In C. elegans, gpb-1 encodes the sole Gbeta subunit; therefore, its inactivation should affect all heterotrimeric G protein signaling. When maternal but no zygotic gpb-1 protein (GPB-1) is present, development proceeds until the first larval stage,(More)
BACKGROUND In Australia, many community service program data collections developed over the last decade, including several for aged care programs, contain a statistical linkage key (SLK) to enable derivation of client-level data. In addition, a common SLK is now used in many collections to facilitate the statistical examination of cross-program use. In(More)
We provide an overview of the Themis system, a commercial implementation of a digital library of legislation. !l'hemis uses SGML to store legislation. This allows a single source document to be exported in a number of different formats and presentations. Themis also allows access to different versions of legislation by specifying a point-in-time at which(More)
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