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  • Voronin, Sergey; Mikesell, Dylan; Nolet, Guust (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015-05)
    We introduce and compare new compression approaches to obtain regularized solutions of large linear systems which are commonly encountered in large scale inverse problems. We first describe how to approximate matrix vector ...
  • Campagne, Fabien; Dorff, Kevin C.; Chambwe, Nyasha; Robinson, James T.; Mesirov, Jill P. (Public Library of Science, 2013-11)
    Large biological datasets are being produced at a rapid pace and create substantial storage challenges, particularly in the domain of high-throughput sequencing (HTS). Most approaches currently used to store HTS data are ...
  • Juba, Brendan Andrew; Kalai, Adam Tauman; Khanna, Sanjeev; Sudan, Madhu (Institute for Theoretical Computer Science, 2011-01)
    Compression is a fundamental goal of both human language and digital communication, yet natural language is very different from compression schemes employed by modern computers. We partly explain this difference using ...
  • Daniels, Noah M.; Gallant, Andrew; Peng, Jian; Cowen, Lenore J.; Baym, Michael Hartmann; Berger Leighton, Bonnie (Oxford University Press, 2013-06)
    Motivation: The exponential growth of protein sequence databases has increasingly made the fundamental question of searching for homologs a computational bottleneck. The amount of unique data, however, is not growing nearly ...
  • Marwah, Kshitij; Wetzstein, Gordon; Bando, Yosuke; Raskar, Ramesh (Association for Computing Machinery, 2013-07)
    Light field photography has gained a significant research interest in the last two decades; today, commercial light field cameras are widely available. Nevertheless, most existing acquisition approaches either multiplex a ...
  • Hirsch, Matthew Waggener; Wetzstein, Gordon; Raskar, Ramesh (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014-07)
    For about a century, researchers and experimentalists have strived to bring glasses-free 3D experiences to the big screen. Much progress has been made and light field projection systems are now commercially available. ...
  • Heide, Felix; Gregson, James; Wetzstein, Gordon; Raskar, Ramesh; Heidrich, Wolfgang (Optical Society of America, 2014-06)
    Compressive displays are an emerging technology exploring the co-design of new optical device configurations and compressive computation. Previously, research has shown how to improve the dynamic range of displays and ...
  • Medard, Muriel; Feizi-Khankandi, Soheil; Effros, Michelle (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2011-02)
    In this paper, we demonstrate some applications of compressive sensing over networks. We make a connection between compressive sensing and traditional information theoretic techniques in source coding and channel coding. ...
  • Grant, Elyot; Indyk, Piotr (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2013-06)
    Compressive sensing is a method for acquiring high dimensional signals (e.g., images) using a small number of linear measurements. Consider an n-pixel image x ∈ R[superscript n], where each pixel p has value x[subscript ...
  • Gupta, Rishi V.; Indyk, Piotr; Price, Eric C.; Rachlin, Yaron (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2011-06)
    We propose a framework for compressive sensing of images with local geometric features. Specifically, let x ∈ R[superscript N] be an N-pixel image, where each pixel p has value x[subscript p]. The image is acquired by ...
  • Demanet, Laurent; Peyre, Gabriel (Springer-Verlag, 2011-02)
    This paper presents a method for computing the solution to the time-dependent wave equation from the knowledge of a largely incomplete set of eigenfunctions of the Helmholtz operator, chosen at random. While a linear ...
  • Tsvetkov, Peter; Zhao, Jinghui; Cikes, Domagoj; Varadarajan, Malini; Santagata, Sandro; Lindquist, Susan; Mendillo, Marc L.; Carette, Jan E.; Merrill, Parker H.; van Diemen, Ferdy R.; Penninger, Josef M.; Goldberg, Alfred L.; Brummelkamp, Thijn R. (eLife Sciences Publications, Ltd., 2015-09)
    Proteasomes are central regulators of protein homeostasis in eukaryotes. Proteasome function is vulnerable to environmental insults, cellular protein imbalance and targeted pharmaceuticals. Yet, mechanisms that cells deploy ...
  • Shin, Dongeek; Kirmani, Ahmed; Shapiro, Jeffrey H.; Goyal, Vivek K. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014-10)
    Capturing depth and reflectivity images at low light levels from active illumination of a scene has wide-ranging applications. Conventionally, even with single-photon detectors, hundreds of photon detections are needed at ...
  • Shim, Eun Bo; Heldt, Thomas; Amano, Akira; Rhee, Kyehan (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2012)
    The human body requires a complex circulatory system to supply nutrients to, and to remove metabolic waste products from, its tissues. Given this primary purpose, circulatory function is closely related to the hemodynamic ...
  • Ohler, Uwe; Liao, Guo-chun; Niemann, Heinrich; Rubin, Gerald M (BioMed Central Ltd, 2002-12)
    Background: The core promoter, a region of about 100 base-pairs flanking the transcription start site (TSS), serves as the recognition site for the basal transcription apparatus. Drosophila TSSs have generally been mapped ...
  • Washietl, Stefan; Will, Sebastian; Hendrix, David A.; Goff, Loyal; Rinn, John L.; Berger, Bonnie; Kellis, Manolis (John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2012-11)
    Noncoding RNAs have emerged as important key players in the cell. Understanding their surprisingly diverse range of functions is challenging for experimental and computational biology. Here, we review computational methods ...
  • Lee, Hyungsuk; Hwang, Wonmuk; Kamm, Roger Dale; Kim, Taeyoon (Springer Boston, 2009-02)
    Mechanical force plays an important role in the physiology of eukaryotic cells whose dominant structural constituent is the actin cytoskeleton composed mainly of actin and actin crosslinking proteins (ACPs). Thus, knowledge ...
  • Hwang, Wonmuk; Lee, Hyungsuk; Kim, Taeyoon; Kamm, Roger Dale (Public Library of Science, 2009-07)
    Mechanical force plays an important role in the physiology of eukaryotic cells whose dominant structural constituent is the actin cytoskeleton composed mainly of actin and actin crosslinking proteins (ACPs). Thus, knowledge ...
  • Liu, Bing; Zhang, Jing; Tan, Pei Yi; Hsu, David; Blom, Anna M.; Leong, Benjamin; Sethi, Sunil; Ho, Bow; Ding, Jeak Ling; Thiagarajan, P. S. (Public Library of Science, 2011-01)
    The complement system is key to innate immunity and its activation is necessary for the clearance of bacteria and apoptotic cells. However, insufficient or excessive complement activation will lead to immune-related diseases. ...
  • Stitziel, Nathan O.; Kiezun, Adam; Sunyaev, Shamil R. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2011-09)
    New sequencing technology has enabled the identification of thousands of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the exome, and many computational and statistical approaches to identify disease-association signals have emerged.
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