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Living texts: interdisciplinary approaches and methodological commonalities in biology and textual analysis

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/907/

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- Day 1 09:30 - Introduction and Welcome. Stuart Dunn PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.94 MB)
- Day 1 10:00 - The National Centre for Text Mining: Activities in Biotext Mining. John McNaught PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.78 MB)
- Day 1 11:45 - Towards a Theoretical Model for the Evolution of Manuscript Traditions. Caroline Macé & Philippe Baret PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.54 MB)
- Day 1 13:45 - What Parsing Algorithms can tell us about Protein Folding. Julia Hockenmaier Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (6.61 MB)
- Day 1 14:45 - Complex Document Structures. Claus Huitfeldt Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.33 MB)
- Day 1 16:15 - Experimentation with DNA Grammars in Analysing E.coli Promoter Sequences. Siu-wai Leung Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.46 MB)
- Day 2 09:30 - Development of Organisms and Literary Text. Ewa Sikora and Monika Szumowska Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (3.15 MB)
- Day 2 11:00 - Networks and Obesity. Stanley Ulijaszek Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.42 MB)
- Day 2 13:00 - Protocols, bow ties and the Immune System. Paolo Tieri and Andrea Grignolio Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (3.84 MB)







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