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    • Virtual time-aware virtual machine systems 

      Yoginath, Srikanth B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-07-01)
      Discrete dynamic system models that track, maintain, utilize, and evolve virtual time are referred to as virtual time systems (VTS). The realization of VTS using virtual machine (VM) technology offers several benefits ...
    • Virus Quasispecies Assembly using Network Flows 

      Zelikovsky, Alexander (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-09-25)
      Understanding how the genomes of viruses mutate and evolve within infected individuals is critically important in epidemiology. In this talk I focus on optimization problems in sequence assembly for viruses based on 454 ...
    • VisIRR: Interactive Visual Information Retrieval and Recommendation for Large-scale Document Data 

      Choo, Jaegul; Lee, Changhyun; Clarkson, Edward; Liu, Zhicheng; Lee, Hanseung; Chau, Duen Horng (Polo); Li, Fuxin; Kannan, Ramakrishnan; Stolper, Charles D.; Inouye, David; Mehta, Nishant; Ouyang, Hua; Som, Subhojit; Gray, Alexander; Stasko, John; Park, Haesun (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013)
      We present a visual analytics system called VisIRR, which is an interactive visual information retrieval and recommendation system for document discovery. VisIRR effectively combines both paradigms of passive pull through ...
    • Visualize It-Wise! An Iteration-Wise Computational Framework for Real-Time Visual Analytics 

      Choo, Jaegul; Lee, Changhyun; Park, Haesun (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013)
      Abstract Visual analytics has been gaining increasing interest due to its fascinating characteristic that leverages both humans’ visual perception and the power of computing. Although various computational methods are ...
    • Voxel-based offsetting at high resolution with tunable speed and precision using hybrid dynamic trees 

      Hossain, Mohammad Moazzem (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-11)
      In the recent years, digital manufacturing has experienced the wave of rapid prototyping through the innovation and ubiquity in 3D printing technology. While such advancement liberates the constraints of shape selection ...
    • What Can We Do with a Multitude of Genome Sequences? 

      Tompa, Martin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-02-06)
      There are currently 575 bacterial species and 28 vertebrate species, ranging from primates to fishes, for which we know (nearly) their entire DNA sequences. These number will continue to increase rapidly over the next few ...