Computer Science presentations (MU)
Items in this collection represent public presentations made by Department of Computer Science faculty, staff, and students, either alone or as co-authors, and which may or may not have been published in an alternate format.
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(2010-02)Professor James M. Keller of the University of Missouri-Columbia department of Computer Sciences delivers a summary lecture on fuzzy logic and computer engineering.
Constructing proteome and metabolome maps for genetic improvement of energy-related traits in soybean [abstract] (2009)Although the genetic blueprint of soybean is represented by the genome, its phenotype is a product of that blueprint manifested as the production of proteins and metabolites influencing growth characteristics, stress ...