A graphic/block language for cellular automata modelling
"PDEs are important in many fields of science. Since there is not a general way to find solutions in a closed form, simulation of these systems is very useful. Cellular automata are very interesting in modelling phenomena in spaces with a regular discrete topology or to approximate the behaviour of real-world systems. Cellular automata are used even in image processing, also known as filters.
This is an attempt to provide a graphical design tool for C.A. inspired to the principles of "programming by contracts" to generate and optimize the source code in a lower level language which implements the automaton."
The importance of being fuzzy:
fuzzy graphs, operations, and generalized mappings
"Graphs are one of the most common model used in computer science to deal with real world phenomena and in general discrete systems. They allow us to describe an electronic circuit, a feedback network for a biological system, the behaviour of an automata, the structure of a language and so on. In this paper, part of "The importance of being fuzzy" series I would like to describe how a fuzzy approach can improve the concept of graph allowing its application to many other new and old field."
A protocol for notification-based networks
"We want to describe a new protocol and the system based over, designed to suite in many application. Our aim is to keep the server very general purpose, and delegate the specific-task implementation mainly over the client. Natural applications of this protocol will be chats, fora, collaborative content managers, and even traditional static websites. When required, the integration on the server of specific add-ons is quite simple and straightforward.
Hybridized and fuzzy graph for shape comparison
"In this paper I would like to describe a technique based on hybridation of fuzzy graphs in order to achieve better results over a tradition approach to subgraphs distance when they share a well classified boundary.
Applications are many, like 2d shape recognition and 3d matching of proteins according to their surface."
Models an techniques for the compression of reads
from new generation sequencers (italian)
"A common biological problem in handling nucleic acids is their sequencing, the process with whom at every position in the 5'->3' direction a base is assigned.
It is not possible to apply this process on an entire DNA string. Techniques currently known allows to sequence only few hundreds bases at the same time.
That led us to use laboratory protocols to split original DNA in smaller pieces, sequencing them and then with statistical instruments, proceed
recovering the original structure. Small sequences of DNA coming out from the sequencer are commonly called reads.
In this thesis we will not deal with the recovering of the original DNA, but with the compression of the reads out from the sequencer, to keep them
in a long them storage or to send them over networks in a smaller time."
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