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Daohua Bi1, Martin Dix1, Simon J. Marsland1, Siobhan O’Farrell1, Harun A. Rashid1, Petteri Uotila1, Anthony C. Hirst1, Eva Kowalczyk1, Maciej Golebiewski5, Arnold Sullivan1, Hailin Yan1, Nicholas Hannah1, Charmaine Franklin1, Zhian Sun2, Peter Vohralik3, Ian Watterson1, Xiaobing Zhou2, Russell Fiedler4, Mark Collier1, Yimin Ma2, Julie Noonan1, Lauren(More)
This paper presents a privacy compliance engine that monitors emails generated in an organization for violation of privacy policy of this organization. Our architecture includes four components: a domain knowledge defining the entities and private information we are dealing with, a pre-analysis component that extracts header information and segments the(More)
In comparison to the current target-based screening approach, it is increasingly evident that active lead compounds based on disease-related phenotypes are more likely to be translated to clinical trials during drug development. That is, because human diseases are in essence the outcome of the abnormal function of multiple genes, especially in complex(More)
In this work, synergism and antagonism among active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) were studied at system-level by using molecular imprinting technology. Reduning Injection (RDNI), a TCM injection, was widely used to relieve fever caused by viral infection diseases in China. Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) synthesized by sol-gel(More)
The Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) has been developed at the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research. It is a coupled modeling system consisting of ocean, atmosphere and land surface. The ACCESS atmospheric component is the UK Met Office Unified Model (UM). The initial results from the ACCESS coupled model had(More)
In response to a demand for high accuracy low-level wind forecasts for the wind energy sector, the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research has developed a 10 km resolution assimilation and prediction system. The model (named WLAPS for research purposes, with W denoting its wind-energy focus), is an extension of the Bureau of Meteorology’s(More)
BACKGROUND Quantitative description of dose-response of a drug for complex systems is essential for treatment of diseases and drug discovery. Given the growth of large-scale biological data obtained by multi-level assays, computational modeling has become an important approach to understand the mechanism of drug action. However, due to complicated(More)
CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology advise that the information contained in this publication comprises general statements based on scientific research. The reader is advised and needs to be aware that such information may be incomplete or unable to be used in any specific situation. No reliance or actions must therefore be made on that information without(More)
Millions of human single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) or mutations have been identified so far, and these variants could be strongly correlated with phenotypic variations of traits/diseases. Among these variants, non-synonymous ones can result in amino-acid changes that are called single amino-acid polymorphisms (SAPs). Although some studies have tried(More)
The impact of initial structure on storm evolution is examined for the case of a tropical storm entering rapid intensification. At the onset of rapid intensification, satellite cloud signatures suggest that the structural organization of Typhoon Sinlaku (2008) was dominated by a primary band of convection present at outer radii. The development of the(More)