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Elite Farmer

May 19, 2006

Elite Farmer
http://www.elitefarmer.com/

The EliteFarmer.com Resource Center is a comprehensive listing of agricultural and related documents from North America and worldwide. The directory features listings in thousands of categories. They believe that the farmer has always been in the forefront, embracing new ideas and technology, recognizing the keenness of the competitive edge upon which they balance their livelihoods. EliteFarmer.com was created to bring the benefits of the Intenet to all people presently engaged in the constructive conservation, development, and promotion of the agriculture industry. All the links found in their various categories are carefully reviewed before inclusion. They are located in the province of Quebec, Canada. This has been added to Agriculture Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Translational OncoGenomics

May 19, 2006


Translational OncoGenomics

Translational OncoGenomics
http://www.la-press.com/tog.htm

The primary mission of Translational OncoGenomics is to provide an open-access, peer-reviewed, rapid-publication forum to assist in the dissemination of novel genetic, epigenetic and molecular pathway information related to clinical cancer. The journal is designed to meet the scientific and public need for such a forum in order to process the accelerating acquisition of genomic data resultant from recent technological advances in and international programmatic commitments to this area of research. Particularly encouraged is the submission of papers with a translational connection to human cancer from basic science to ethical considerations related to the application of oncogenomic discoveries for diagnostic and prognostic purposes in clinical trials and for anti-cancer drug development. An important objective will be to contribute information published in this forum to comprehensive nternationally-accessible genomic databases in order to foster the identification of molecular targets for the therapy of specific cancers. The following topics of interest are structured on the premise that cancer is a highly heterogeneous disease involving elements in the host as well as in the tumor itself:

* Constitutional cancer susceptibility factors
* Polymorphic variants and linkage disequilibrium related to cancer risk
* Somatic genetic and epigenetic events related to cancer initiation
* Precancerous genetic and epigenetic alterations
* Somatic genetic and epigenetic events related to cancer progression
* Genetic and epigenetic events related to metastases
* Genetic and epigenetic events related to tumor/normal cell/tissue interactions
* Mutation identification in cancer
* Gene copy number abnormalities in cancer
* Gene rearrangements in cancer
* Oncogene and suppressor gene discovery and characterization
* MicroRNAs in cancer
* Molecular pathway alterations related to genetic or epigenetic alterations
* Genomic methylation effects on gene transcription profiles
* Gene expression profiles related to cancer classification and progression
* Gene transcript splicing variations related to cancer
* Constitutional variations affecting anti-cancer drug efficacy and toxicity
* Genetic or epigenetic alterations related to drug sensitivity or resistance
* Gene expression profiles related to drug sensitivity or resistance
* Genomic stratification and monitoring applications in clinical trials
* Integration of genomic and clinical database information
* Technological advances in genomics
* Quality control and ethical issues related to applied oncogenomics

Translational OncoGenomics will publish: Original Research papers; Short Communications; Application Notes; Reviews; and Letters. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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International Journal of Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Engineering Systems

May 19, 2006

International Journal of Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Engineering Systems
http://www.kesinternational.org/journal/
http://www.iospress.nl/html/13272314.php

The aim of research into Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering is to develop systems that replicate the analytical, problem solving and learning capabilities of the brain. These systems bring the benefits of knowledge and intelligence to the solution of complex problems. This international journal provides a forum for publishing the results of recent research into the applications of intelligent systems, and also the tools and techniques necessary for them. Authors are invited to submit original unpublished work that is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere, on the following topics:

Generic Intelligent Tools, Techniques and Algorithms:

Knowledge-Based Systems, Expert Systems, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Techniques and Systems, Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computing, Hybrid Intelligent Systems, Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, Machine Learning, Cognitive Modelling, Knowledge Representation and Management, Planning, Spatial & Temporal Reasoning, Knowledge Acquisition.

Applications using Intelligent Techniques:

Industrial Control and Monitoring, Fault Diagnosis, Robotics, Image Processing, Machine & Computer Vision, Medical & Diagnostic Systems, Financial & Stock Market Monitoring and Prediction, Speech Processing and Synthesis, Natural Language Processing, Environmental Monitoring, Power Electronics & Drives, High Voltage Systems, Engine Control and Vehicle Applications, Intelligent Signal Processing and Wavelets.

Emerging Intelligent Technologies:

Artificial Intelligence and the Internet, Information Agents on the Internet, E-commerce/E-business and E-learning, Intelligent Information Retrieval, Intelligent Web Mining & Applications, Intelligent User Interfaces, Bioinformatics using Intelligent & Machine Learning Techniques, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Virtual Reality & Multi-Media Intelligent Information Systems, Artificial Life.

This has been added to Knowledge Discovery Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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e-Terra

May 18, 2006

e-Terra
http://e-terra.geopor.pt/pt/index_pt.html

e-Terra is an electronic scientific journal which aims to timely publish research papers in the broad field of Earth Sciences. It was established in 2001, under the Group of Technologies of Information and Communication (GEOTIC) of the Geological Society of Portugal. The access to the journal is free, since the project has no commercial purpose. All contributions for the understanding of the System Earth are welcome. Papers can be accepted in Portuguese with extended English abstracts and table/figures in both languages, however the use of English as primary language is recommended as a tool to reach a broader audience. Papers accepted for publication after peer reviewing are published in the form of a numbered issue immediately after all necessary revisions are provided by the authors. Animations and other multimedia resources can be used on the online version of the paper. A downloadable version in PDF format is also provided. A CD-ROM version of the journal is provided to selected libraries and to the Portuguese National Library. The site of the Journal is hosted by the University of Minho (Braga, Portugal). This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics

May 18, 2006

Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics
http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=106492

Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics, a translation of Izvestiya VUZ. Radiofizika, is published by the Radiophysical Research Institute and N.I. Lobachevsky State University at Nizhnii Novgorod, Russia. The journal contains the most recent and best Russian research on topics such as: radio astronomy; plasma astrophysics; ionospheric, atmospheric and oceanic physics; radiowave propagation; quantum radiophysics; physics of oscillations and waves; physics of plasmas; statistical radiophysics; electrodynamics; vacuum and plasma electronics; acoustics; and solid-state electronics. The Russian volume-year is published in English beginning in April. This has been added to the radio astronomy section of Astronomy Resources Subject Tracer™ Inform ation Blog.

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ConceptNet Project

May 18, 2006

ConceptNet Project
http://web.media.mit.edu/~hugo/conceptnet/

ConceptNet is a freely available commonsense knowledgebase and natural-language-processing toolkit which supports many practical textual-reasoning tasks over real-world documents right out-of-the-box (without additional statistical training) including: a) topic-jisting (e.g. a news article containing the concepts, “gun,” “convenience store,” “demand money” and “make getaway” might suggest the topics “robbery” and “crime”); b) affect-sensing (e.g. this email is sad and angry); c) analogy-making (e.g. “scissors,” “razor,” “nail clipper,” and “sword” are perhaps like a “knife” because they are all “sharp,” and can be used to “cut something”); d) text summarization; e) contextual expansion; f) causal projection; g) cold document classification; and h) and other context-oriented inferences. The ConceptNet knowledgebase is a semantic network presently available in two versions: concise (200,000 assertions) and full (1.6 million assertions). Commonsense knowledge in ConceptNet encompasses the spatial, physical, social, temporal, and psychological aspects of everyday life. Whereas similar large-scale semantic knowledgebases like Cyc and WordNet are carefully handcrafted, ConceptNet is generated automatically from the 700,000 sentences of the Open Mind Common Sense Project – a World Wide Web based collaboration with over 14,000 authors. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Synapse

May 18, 2006

Synapse
http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jhome/36341

Synapse publishes articles concerned with all aspects of synaptic structure and function. This includes neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, neuromodulators, receptors, gap junctions, metabolism, plasticity, circuitry, mathematical modeling, ion channels, patch recording, single unit recording, development, behavior, pathology, toxicology, etc. Three types of manuscripts will be considered: 1) Original Research Articles. An abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, and Discussion sections are required. The literature review should be succinct. There are no restrictions on the number of pages or figures, 2) Review Articles in which a specific field is reviewed through an exhaustive literature survey. An abstract is required. A Materials and Methods section and a Results section are not required. There are no restrictions on the number of pages or figures. Review articles are usually invited, but submitted review articles will be considered, and 3) Short Communications representing data on research projects which have progressed to a point where the preliminary observations should be disseminated. Examples falling into this category would be pilot studies, unanticipated findings that will need replication, initial trials on new clinically significant drugs, etc. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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e-Terra

May 18, 2006

e-Terra
http://e-terra.geopor.pt/pt/index_pt.html

e-Terra is an electronic scientific journal which aims to timely publish research papers in the broad field of Earth Sciences. It was established in 2001, under the Group of Technologies of Information and Communication (GEOTIC) of the Geological Society of Portugal. The access to the journal is free, since the project has no commercial purpose. All contributions for the understanding of the System Earth are welcome. Papers can be accepted in Portuguese with extended English abstracts and table/figures in both languages, however the use of English as primary language is recommended as a tool to reach a broader audience. Papers accepted for publication after peer reviewing are published in the form of a numbered issue immediately after all necessary revisions are provided by the authors. Animations and other multimedia resources can be used on the online version of the paper. A downloadable version in PDF format is also provided. A CD-ROM version of the journal is provided to selected libraries and to the Portuguese National Library. The site of the Journal is hosted by the University of Minho (Braga, Portugal). This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics

May 18, 2006

Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics
http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=106492

Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics, a translation of Izvestiya VUZ. Radiofizika, is published by the Radiophysical Research Institute and N.I. Lobachevsky State University at Nizhnii Novgorod, Russia. The journal contains the most recent and best Russian research on topics such as: radio astronomy; plasma astrophysics; ionospheric, atmospheric and oceanic physics; radiowave propagation; quantum radiophysics; physics of oscillations and waves; physics of plasmas; statistical radiophysics; electrodynamics; vacuum and plasma electronics; acoustics; and solid-state electronics. The Russian volume-year is published in English beginning in April. This has been added to the radio astronomy section of Astronomy Resources Subject Tracer™ Inform ation Blog.

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ConceptNet Project

May 18, 2006

ConceptNet Project
http://web.media.mit.edu/~hugo/conceptnet/

ConceptNet is a freely available commonsense knowledgebase and natural-language-processing toolkit which supports many practical textual-reasoning tasks over real-world documents right out-of-the-box (without additional statistical training) including: a) topic-jisting (e.g. a news article containing the concepts, “gun,” “convenience store,” “demand money” and “make getaway” might suggest the topics “robbery” and “crime”); b) affect-sensing (e.g. this email is sad and angry); c) analogy-making (e.g. “scissors,” “razor,” “nail clipper,” and “sword” are perhaps like a “knife” because they are all “sharp,” and can be used to “cut something”); d) text summarization; e) contextual expansion; f) causal projection; g) cold document classification; and h) and other context-oriented inferences. The ConceptNet knowledgebase is a semantic network presently available in two versions: concise (200,000 assertions) and full (1.6 million assertions). Commonsense knowledge in ConceptNet encompasses the spatial, physical, social, temporal, and psychological aspects of everyday life. Whereas similar large-scale semantic knowledgebases like Cyc and WordNet are carefully handcrafted, ConceptNet is generated automatically from the 700,000 sentences of the Open Mind Common Sense Project – a World Wide Web based collaboration with over 14,000 authors. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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