Biomedical Data and Applications

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Amandeep S. Sidhu, Tharam S. Dillon, Matthew Bellgard
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 16, 2009 - Computers - 344 pages
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Compared with data from general application domains, modern biological data has many unique characteristics. Biological data are often characterized as having large volumes, complex structures, high dimensionality, evolving biological concepts, and insufficient data modelling practices. Over the past several years, bioinformatics has become an all-encompassing term for everything relating to both computer science and biology. The goal of this book is to cover data and applications identifying new issues and directions for future research in biomedical domain. The book will become a useful guide learning state-of-the-art development in biomedical data management, data-intensive bioinformatics systems, and other miscellaneous biological database applications. The book addresses various topics in bioinformatics with varying degrees of balance between biomedical data models and their real-world applications.


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Amandeep S. Sidhu is a senior researcher at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. He is a leading expert in the area of protein informatics.

Elizabeth Chang, Curtin Business School, has created, developed and taught courses in software engineering, project management, HCI, e-commerce, Databases, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management. She has also successfully managed several commercial-grade IT projects for industry, taking them through the entire software lifecycle to project completion. These projects range across Internet, peer-to-peer communications and e-commerce applications. Professor Chang has over 100 scientific conference and journal papers of which 20 are on Trust.

Professor Tharam Dillon is Dean of Information Technology at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is an expert in the fields of software engineering and data mining, and in trust, security and component-oriented access control. He has published five authored and four co-edited books, in addition to over 400 scientific papers in refereed journals and conferences.

Farookh K. Hussain is a PhD student at Curtin Business School, and has become an expert in the field of Trust, co-authoring over 20 papers on Trust over the last two years.