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  • Zhao, Liang; Wong, Limsoon; Lu, Lanyuan; Hoi, Steven; Li, Jinyan (BioMed Central Ltd, 2012)
    Background Prediction of B-cell epitopes from antigens is useful to understand the immune basis of antibody-antigen recognition, and is helpful in vaccine design and drug development. Tremendous efforts have been devoted ...
  • Zhao, Liang; Wong, Limsoon; Lu, Lanyuan; Hoi, Steven; Li, Jinyan (BioMed Central Ltd, 2012)
    Background Prediction of B-cell epitopes from antigens is useful to understand the immune basis of antibody-antigen recognition, and is helpful in vaccine design and drug development. Tremendous efforts have been devoted ...
  • Ahmad, Adizul; Zhao, Liang; Huang, Shoudong; Dissanayake, Gamini (IEEE, 2012)
    This paper compares the convergence of least squares based 2D bearing-only SLAM algorithms using different landmark parametrizations. It is shown that the requirement on the accuracy of the initial value vary significantly ...
  • Nguyen, Dang Nam Chi; Hoang, Doan; Zhao, Liang; Lavian, Tal (IEEE, 2004)
    Current Diffserv architecture lacks mechanisms for network path discovery with specific service performance. Our aim is to introduce an enhanced-Diffserv scheme utilizing a feedback loop to gather path information and allow ...
  • Zhao, Liang; Huang, Shoudong; Yan, Lei; Hu, Gibson; Dissanayake, Gamini; Wang, Jack (IEEE, 2010)
    This paper first demonstrates an interesting property of bundle adjustment (BA), a??scale drift correctiona? . Here a??scale drift correctiona? means that BA can converge to the correct solution (up to a scale) even if ...
  • Zhao, Liang; Huang, Shoudong; Dissanayake, Gamini (IEEE, 2013)
    This paper presents a strategy for large-scale SLAM through solving a sequence of linear least squares problems. The algorithm is based on submap joining where submaps are built using any existing SLAM technique. It is ...
  • Zhao, Liang; Hoi, Steven; Wong, Limsoon; Hamp, Tobias; Li, Jinyan (Public library of Science, 2012)
    A multi-interface domain is a domain that can shape multiple and distinctive binding sites to contact with many other domains, forming a hub in domain-domain interaction networks. The functions played by the multiple ...