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Parker, D. Stott - Computer Science Department, University of California at Los Angeles
Greed and Majorization D. Stott Parker
SQL/LPP+: a Language for Temporal Correlation Verification in Time Series Databases
UCLA Research on Information Management for Bioinformatics D. Stott Parker \Lambda Christopher J. Lee yz
The Index as a First-Class Construct in Relational Database Systems
November 18, 2003 20:43 WSPC/INSTRUCTION FILE pairwisePOA Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Support for BioIndexing in BLASTgres Ruey-Lung Hsiao, D. Stott Parker, and Hung-chih Yang
Monte Carlo Arithmetic: a framework for the statistical analysis of roundoff error
Managing the Integrity of Design Data Generated by Multiple Applications
THE CONSTRUCTION OF HUFFMAN CODES IS A SUBMODULAR (`CONVEX') OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM
A Linear Algebraic Reconstruction of Majorization D. Stott Parker
Empirical Comparisons of Various Voting Methods in Kelvin T. Leung, D. Stott Parker
Monte Carlo Arithmetic: exploiting randomness in floatingpoint arithmetic
File Systems in User Space Paul R. Eggert --Twin Sun, Inc.
The Index as a FirstClass Construct in Relational Database Systems \Lambda
Landmark: A New Technique for Similaritybased Pattern Querying in Time Series Databases
UCLA Research on Information Management for Bioinformatics D. Stott Parker
Representing Time Series by Landmarks ChangShing Perng D. Stott Parker Kelvin T. Leung
[2] R. BaezaYates and G. Navarro. Integrating contents and structure in text retrieval. In The Third Text Retrieval Con
Multiple Partial Order Alignment as a Graph Problem D. Stott Parker
Monte Carlo Arithmetic: exploiting randomness in floating-point arithmetic
Multiple Partial Order Alignment as a Graph Problem \Lambda D. Stott Parker y Christopher J. Lee z
October 20, 2003 20:43 WSPC/INSTRUCTION FILE pairwisePOA Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Using randomization to make recursive matrix algorithms practical
IFS0. IFS1 can be thought of as a simple user programmable file system toolkit.
Prolog Technology Term Rewriting: Applicative Systems
OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology Volume 7, Number 1, 2003
Monte Carlo Arithmetic: exploiting randomness in floatingpoint arithmetic
Stream Databases D. Stott Parker