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  • Target Controllability of Cancer Networks 

    Kanhaiya, Krishna (Åbo Akademi University, 12.06.2020)
    Advances in the field of complex networks theory and network biology pave a new way to define human health through the study of networks of proteins, genes, metabolites, modules across cell signaling pathways, and clinical ...
  • Model-based Verification and Testing of Web services : Functionality, Robustness and Vulnerability Analysis 

    Siavashi, Faezeh (Åbo Akademi - Åbo Akademi University, 04.04.2020)
  • Formal Model Refinement for Complex Biological Systems 

    Sanwal, Muhammad Usman (Åbo Akademi - Åbo Akademi University, 20.03.2020)
    There is a big interest in building large biological models and various approaches are being used for constructing such systems. Larger models are needed in system-level approaches (such as systems biology, systems medicine, ...
  • A Compiler Approach to Map Algebra for Raster Spatial Modeling 

    Carabaño Bravo, Jesús (Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS), 30.08.2019)
    Modeling and simulation enables the study of spatial phenomena that are otherwise impossible to reproduce in the physical world. On the one hand, digital models replicate the shape and state of the Earth with bits and bytes ...
  • Formal Analysis of Network Routing Protocols 

    Kamali, Mojgan
    TUCS Dissertations : 242 (Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS), 23.08.2019)
    The use of wireless networks has been on the rise for some time now, from the ubiquitous smart phones and laptops in use everywhere, to sensor networks collecting large amounts of data. In this dissertation, we focus on ...
  • Servicescape for Digital Wellness Services for Young Elderly 

    Allmér, Hans (Åbo Akademi University, 14.12.2018)
  • The lattice Boltzmann method, a petaflop and beyond 

    Robertsén, Fredrik (Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS), 20.04.2018)
    With computer simulations real world phenomena can be analyzed in great detail. Computational fluid dynamics, for example, allows simulation of fluid flow phenomena that might not otherwise be observable or researchers ...
  • Qualitative Methods for Modeling Biochemical Systems and Datasets : The Logicome and the Reaction Systems Approaches 

    Panchal, Charmi (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 12.02.2018)
    In our everyday life we use a number of complex systems that consist of many closely interconnected components. None of the individual components possess a property of the whole system but when they come together they give ...
  • Knowledge-lean Text Mining 

    Rönnqvist, Samuel (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 08.12.2017)
    This thesis explores the process of introducing text mining to new areas of application, which involves both defining appropriate types of analysis and often designing appropriate computational methods to support the ...
  • Model-driven development and verification of fault tolerant systems 

    Javed, Kashif (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 24.05.2017)
    Dependability is an ability of a computer-based system to deliver services that can be justifiably trusted. There is a wide range of computer-based systems that provide services that are critical for our society, e.g., ...
  • Proactive management of video transcoding services 

    Deneke, Tewodros (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 04.05.2017)
    The consumption of digital video has tremendously increased in the last decade due to advances in information technology, computational capability and communication networks. Following that, video processing applications ...
  • Efficient and low-cost software defined radio on commodity hardware 

    Grönroos, Stefan (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 11.11.2016)
    As general purpose processors become faster, many signal processing functions that used to require special purpose hardware, are now feasible to perform in software. In wireless communications, this means we move towards ...
  • Refinement of biomodels using Petri nets 

    Gratie, Diana-Elena (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 20.10.2016)
    Systems Biology is the multidisciplinary field concerned with the research of large, complex biological systems from a holistic perspective. The end goal is to understand how such systems function as a whole rather than ...
  • Examining human-centered design practice in the mobile apps era 

    Eshet, Eyal (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 10.06.2016)
    Human-Centered Design (HCD) is a well-recognized approach to the design of interactive computing systems that supports everyday and professional lives of people. To that end, the HCD approach put central emphasis on the ...
  • Energy aware software for many-core systems 

    Holmbacka, Simon (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 11.12.2015)
    Many-core systems provide a great potential in application performance with the massively parallel structure. Such systems are currently being integrated into most parts of daily life from high-end server farms to desktop ...
  • Formal modelling for digital media distribution 

    Sandvik, Petter (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 13.11.2015)
    Human beings have always strived to preserve their memories and spread their ideas. In the beginning this was always done through human interpretations, such as telling stories and creating sculptures. Later, technological ...
  • Computational models for and from biology : simple gene assembly and reaction systems 

    Azimi, Sepinoud (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 06.11.2015)
    The advancement of science and technology makes it clear that no single perspective is any longer sufficient to describe the true nature of any phenomenon. That is why the interdisciplinary research is gaining more attention ...
  • Formal development of resilient distributed systems 

    Pereverzeva, Inna (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 02.10.2015)
    Resilience is the property of a system to remain trustworthy despite changes. Changes of a different nature, whether due to failures of system components or varying operational conditions, significantly increase the ...
  • Model-based testing of software systems : functionality and performance 

    Abbors, Fredrik (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 04.09.2015)
    Software is a key component in many of our devices and products that we use every day. Most customers demand not only that their devices should function as expected but also that the software should be of high quality, ...
  • Quantitative refinement of reaction-based biomodels 

    Iancu, Bogdan (Turku Centre for Computer Science, 25.06.2015)
    In the field of molecular biology, scientists adopted for decades a reductionist perspective in their inquiries, being predominantly concerned with the intricate mechanistic details of subcellular regulatory systems. ...

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