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On Jul 30, 11:50am, Nina Patel wrote:
> Subject: Re: Call for Papers (Deadline Extension)
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> Nina Patel
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> Subject: Call for Papers (Deadline Extension)
> Author: scistra at frodo2.cs.sandia.gov (Sorin C. Istrail) at Internet
> Date: 7/28/98 6:08 PM
> DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS
> CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE
> COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY SERIES
> We are happy to announce that our collection of Special Issues on
> Computational Molecular Biology has become the
> <<Computational Molecular Biology Series>>,
> an ongoing regular feature of "Discrete Applied Mathemtaics".
> Series Editors: Sorin Istrail, Pavel Pevzner, Ron Shamir
> Submission Deadline for the next volume: September 1, 1998
> "Don't ask [only] what mathematics can do for biology,
> ask what biology can do for mathematics."
> Stanislaw Ulam
> Manuscripts are solicited for a volume of "Discrete Applied
> on topics concerning the development of new combinatorial and
> algorithmic techniques in computational molecular biology. This volume
> will be the third in the Computational Molecular Biology Series of
> Discrete Applied Mathematics, which publishes papers on the
> and algorithmic foundations of the inherently discrete aspects of
> computational biology. The refereeing of the papers in this series
> be thorough and will follow the general pattern of refereeing of
> papers in the journal.
> The traditional partnership of mathematics and physics has advanced
> and enriched both disciplines. In a similar partnership, mathematics
> and algorithms are becoming crucial tools in the rapid advancement of
> molecular biology. At the same time, the computational challenges of
> these biological disciplines raise exciting new problems in discrete
> mathematics and theoretical computer science.
> The following is a (non-exhaustive) list of possible topics of
> interest for the series:
> DNA mapping
> DNA sequencing
> DNA/protein sequence comparison
> Molecular evolution
> RNA/Protein folding and structure prediction
> Gene/motif recognition
> Genome rearrangements
> Gene function determination
> Drug design and combinatorial chemistry
> DNA arrays
> The response to the first two calls for papers in this series
> was very strong, and resulted in two high quality volumes;
> the first appeared in 1996 (Discrete Applied Mathematics, Volume 71),
> and the second will appear later this year. (A list of
> papers accepted to the second volume is attached to this message.)
> In view of the success and strong response for these two volumes,
> the Editor-in-Chief of Discrete Applied Mathematics and the
> special volumes guest editors have decided to create an ongoing
> series of the journal, the Computational Molecular Biology Series.
> The Series Editors will continue to assure a thorough and timely
> refereeing process. We expect this third volume in the series to
> appear in the Fall 1999.
> Seven (7) hard copies of complete manuscripts should be sent to any of
> the series editors by September 1, 1998. Manuscripts may be submitted
> earlier and their refereeing process will be initiated upon
> The submission should be accompanied by an email message containing
> the plain text (ASCII) of the abstract of the paper. Authors are
> encouraged to send also a LaTex or postscript file of the manuscript
> email, to expedite the reviewing process. This does not replace the
> for hard copy submission. Manuscripts must be prepared according to
> normal submission requirements of Discrete Applied Mathematics, as
> described in each issue of the journal.
> Further information on the series is available from:
> http://www.elsevier.nl/mcs/dam/Menu.html (The Netherlands)
> http://www.cs.sandia.gov/~scistra/DAM (USA)
> http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~shamir/dcb.html (Israel)
> The Series Editors are:
> Sorin Istrail
> Sandia National Laboratories
> Massively Parallel Computing Research Laboratory
> P.O.Box 5800, MS 1110
> Albuquerque, NM 87185-5800
> scistra at cs.sandia.gov
> http: //www.cs.sandia.gov/~scistra
> Pavel Pevzner
> University of Southern California
> Department of Mathematics, DRB 155
> Los Angeles, CA 90089-1113
> ppevzner at hto.usc.edu
> http: //www-hto.usc.edu/people/Pevzner.html
> Ron Shamir
> Department of Computer Science
> School of Mathematical Sciences
> Tel Aviv University
> Tel Aviv 69978
> shamir at math.tau.ac.il
> http: //www.math.tau.ac.il/~shamir
> Papers Accepted to the Second Volume of
> DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS
> COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
> F. Annexstein, R. Swaminathan
> "On testing consecutive ones property in parallel"
> C. Armen, C. Stein
> "A 2 and 3/4 approximation algorithm for the shortest superstring
> B. DasGupta, T.Jiang, S.Kannan, M. Li, Z. Sweedyk
> "On the complexity of approximation of syntenic distance"
> H. Edelsbrunner, M. Facello, J. Liang
> "On the definition and the construction of pockets in macromolecules"
> O. Eulenstein, M. Vingron
> "On the equivalence of two tree mapping measures"
> D. Fernandez-Baca, J. Lagergren
> "On the approximability of the Steiner tree problem in phylogeny"
> I. Grebinsky, G. Kucherov
> "Reconstructing a hamiltonian circuit by querying the graph:
> application to DNA physical mapping"
> D. Gusfield, R. M. Karp, L. Wang, P. Stelling
> "Graph traversals, genes and matroids: an efficient
> case of the traveling salesman problem"
> L. Heath, J. Vergara
> "Sorting by bounded block-moves"
> I. Hofacker, P. Schuster, P. Stadler
> "Combinatorics of RNA secondary structures"
> J. Kececiouglu, D.Gusfield
> "Reconstructing a history of recombinations from a set of sequences"
> E. Knill, W. Bruno, D. Torney
> "Non-adaptive group testing in the presence of errors"
> G. Lancia, M. Perlin
> "Genotyping of pooled microsatellite markers by combinatorial
> optimization techniques"
> F.R. McMorris, C. Wang, P. Zhang
> "On probe interval graphs"
> J. Miedanis, O. Porto, G.P. Telles
> "On the consecutive Ones Property"
> R. Ravi, J. Kececiouglu
> "Approximation algorithms for multiple sequence alignment under a
> fixed evolutionary tree"
> M. Steel, M.D. Hendy, D. Penny
> "Reconstructing phylogenies from nucleotide pattern probabilities"
>-- End of excerpt from Nina Patel