David Dowe publications (for PSB99 tutorial, Hawaii, 1999)
[mainly on MML]
(and PSB99 panel members) :
Dowe, D.L., J.J. Oliver, T.I. Dix, L. Allison and
C.S. Wallace (1993).
A decision graph explanation of protein secondary
structure prediction. Proc. 26th Hawaii
International Conference on System Sciences, Maui,
Hawaii (January 1993), Vol I, pp669-678.
C S Wallace and D L Dowe:
MML estimation of the von Mises concentration
parameter, (Technical report 93/193) Dept Computer Science, Monash
University, Melbourne, 21pp, 1993.
Wallace, C.S. and D.L. Dowe (1994a).
Estimation of the von Mises
concentration parameter using Minimum Message Length. Proc. 12th
Australian Statistical Society conf. (Abstract), Monash University,
Dowe, D.L., L. Allison, T.I. Dix, L. Hunter,
C.S. Wallace and T. Edgoose
Circular clustering of protein dihedral angles by Minimum Message
Proc. 1st Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing
Hawaii, U.S.A., January 1996, pp242-255.
C S Wallace and D L Dowe,
MML mixture modelling of multi-state,
Poisson, von Mises circular and Gaussian distributions",
International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A., 4-7 Jan. 1997, pp529-536.
and D.L. Dowe (1997). MML Mixture Modelling of
Multi-State, Poisson, von Mises Circular and Gaussian Distributions.
Computing Science and Statistics (Vol. 28), Proc. 28th Symposium on
the interface, Sydney, Australia, pp608-613, 1997.
D L Dowe and G E Farr, An introduction to MML inference,
copyright D L Dowe and G E Farr, 1997.
T Edgoose, L Allison and D L Dowe (1998).
An MML Classification of
Protein Structure that knows about Angles and Sequences, pp585-596,
Proc. 3rd Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB-98), Hawaii,
U.S.A., January 1998.
D R Powell, D L Dowe, L Allison and T I Dix (1998).
DNA sequences by compression,
pp597-608, Proc. 3rd Pacific Symposium
on Biocomputing (PSB-98), Hawaii, U.S.A., January 1998.
D R Powell, L Allison, T I Dix and D L Dowe (1998). Alignment of Low
Information Sequences, in X Lin (ed.), Proc. Computing: the Australian
Theory Symposium (CATS '98), Perth, Australia, 2-3 February 1998,
Springer-Verlag, Singapore, ISBN: 98103083-92-1, 20: 3: 215-229.
and D.L. Dowe (1999a).
Minimum Message Length and
Vol. 42, No. 4,
[** This paper is the most downloaded "full text as .pdf" paper in the
history of the Computer Journal, over 22% ahead of its nearest rival
- see, e.g., Editorial, vol. 48, no. 4 (2005), p381. **]
Minimum Message Length
Chris Wallace (1933-2004)
(developer of MML in
clustering, mixture modelling and finite mixture modelling,
decision trees and
(program for MML
clustering, mixture modelling and finite mixture modelling),
a probabilistic sports prediction
(and further reading on probabilistic
chess and game theory research,
Feeding the world
other do-goody sites.
Please e-mail me
if you would like to know more.
This chess and games page,
was compiled by
Dr. David Dowe,
Dept. of Computer Science, Monash University, Clayton, Vic. 3168, Austra
d l d at
csse dot monash.edu.au
(Fax: +61 3 9905-5146)
(and was started on Fri 20th Jun. 1997) and was last updated no earlier than
19th Apr. 2000.
David L. Dowe,
Monash University, Australia,
20 Jun 1997, 19 Apr 2000, etc.
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