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Samtools CRAMS in support for improved compression formats (8/22/2014)

The rapidly rising volume of genomic data means that genomic scientists need fast and efficient methods to share, analyze and store sequence information. A major upgrade of Samtools, one of the most popular next-generation sequence analysis tools, now supports the highly efficient CRAM format, enabling researcher to easily compress and share their data, reducing costs and facilitating worldwide collaboration. ...> Full Article


A study of possible extended symmetries of field theoretic systems (8/21/2014)

Many physical systems, from superfluids to pi mesons, are understood to be manifestations of spontaneous symmetry breaking, whereby the symmetries of a system are not realized by its lowest energy state. A consequence of spontaneous symmetry breaking is the existence of excitations known as Goldstone bosons, which account for the broken symmetries. Here the authors investigate systems with larger than usual amounts of broken symmetry. ...> Full Article


Credit allocation among researchers determined by new algorithm (8/20/2014)

A new algorithm developed at Northeastern's Center for Complex Network Research may help to accurately allocate credit to authors on multi-author papers across disciplines. ...> Full Article


How are queueing systems analyzed? (8/14/2014)

How are queueing systems analyzed?'In the analysis of a physical system, the first step is to derive a mathematical model for the system. However, it is important to note that mathematical models, in general, may assume many different forms,' said emeritus professor Chan Wah Chun, 'Depending on the particular system, one mathematical model may be more suitable than others.' ...> Full Article


Photo editing algorithm changes weather, seasons automatically (8/12/2014)

Photo editing algorithm changes weather, seasons automaticallyA computer algorithm being developed by Brown University researchers enables users to instantly change the weather, time of day, season, or other features in outdoor photos with simple text commands. Machine learning and a clever database make it possible. A paper describing the work will be presented at SIGGRAPH 2014. ...> Full Article


Physicists eye neural fly data, find formula for Zipf's law (8/11/2014)

Physicists have identified a mechanism that may help explain Zipf's law -- a unique pattern of behavior found in disparate systems, including complex biological ones. The journal Physical Review Letters is publishing their mathematical models, which demonstrate how Zipf's law naturally arises when a sufficient number of units react to a hidden variable in a system. ...> Full Article


Equation to predict happiness (8/5/2014)

Equation to predict happinessThe happiness of over 18,000 people worldwide has been predicted by a mathematical equation developed by researchers at UCL, with results showing that moment-to-moment happiness reflects not just how well things are going, but whether things are going better than expected. ...> Full Article


A mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingers (8/4/2014)

A mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingersResearchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, show that BMP and WNT proteins are the so-called 'Turing molecules' for creating embryonic fingers. Findings explain why polydactyly -- the development of extra fingers or toes -- is relatively common in humans, affecting up to one in 500 births, and confirms a fundamental theory first proposed by the founding father of computer science, Alan Turing, back in 1952. ...> Full Article


Collecting just the right data (7/30/2014)

When you can't collect all the data you need, a new algorithm tells you which to target. ...> Full Article


The evolution of airplanes (7/26/2014)

The evolution of airplanesIn a new paper in the Journal of Applied Physics, researchers apply the Construcal Law to airplanes, showing 'that we can witness evolution in our lifetime by documenting the evolution of a flow system that is a little more than a century old: the flying 'human-and-machine species.' ...> Full Article


The physics of lead guitar playing (7/25/2014)

String bends, tapping, vibrato and whammy bars are all techniques that add to the distinctiveness of a lead guitarist's sound, whether it's Clapton, Hendrix, or BB King. Now guitarist and physicist Dr. David Robert Grimes has described the physics underlying these techniques in the journal PLOS ONE. ...> Full Article


Fair cake cutting gets its own algorithm (7/19/2014)

Mathematician Julius Barbanel of Union College, and political scientist Steven Brams of New York University, both in the US, published an algorithm in Springer's The Mathematical Intelligencer by which they show how to optimally share cake between two people efficiently, in equal pieces and in such a way that no one feels robbed. ...> Full Article


Researchers develop EHR algorithms to identify undiagnosed hypertension (7/18/2014)

A new study authored by Northwestern Medicine researchers found that reviewing electronic health records using algorithms can successfully identify patients with previously undiagnosed hypertension, or high blood pressure, with a high rate of accuracy. The study, 'A Technology-Based Quality Innovation to Identify Undiagnosed Hypertension Among Active Primary Care Patients,' was published in the 2014 July/August issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. ...> Full Article


Mathematical model illustrates our online 'copycat' behavior (7/11/2014)

The researchers examined how users are influenced in the choice of apps that they install on their Facebook pages by creating a mathematical model to capture the dynamics at play. ...> Full Article


Platonic solids generate their 4-dimensional analogues (7/10/2014)

Platonic solids generate their 4-dimensional analoguesAlicia Boole Stott, the third daughter of mathematician George Boole, is probably best known for establishing the term 'polytope' for a convex solid in four dimensions. Alicia was also a long time collaborator of HSM Coxeter, one of the greatest geometers of the 20th Century. ...> Full Article

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Samtools CRAMS in support for improved compression formats

A study of possible extended symmetries of field theoretic systems

Credit allocation among researchers determined by new algorithm

How are queueing systems analyzed?How are queueing systems analyzed?

Photo editing algorithm changes weather, seasons automaticallyPhoto editing algorithm changes weather, seasons automatically

Physicists eye neural fly data, find formula for Zipf's law

Equation to predict happinessEquation to predict happiness

A mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingersA mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingers

Collecting just the right data

The evolution of airplanesThe evolution of airplanes

The physics of lead guitar playing

Fair cake cutting gets its own algorithm

Researchers develop EHR algorithms to identify undiagnosed hypertension

Mathematical model illustrates our online 'copycat' behavior

Platonic solids generate their 4-dimensional analoguesPlatonic solids generate their 4-dimensional analogues



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