Wiley Book Series on
Bioinformatics: Computational Techniques and Engineering
Research and development in bioinformatics and computational biology require the cooperation of specialists from the fields of biology, computer science, mathematics, statistics, physics, and such related sciences. It is the comprehensive application of mathematics (e.g., probability and graph theory), statistics, science (e.g., biochemistry), and computer science (e.g., computer algorithms and machine learning) to the understanding of living systems. Bioinformatics is fast emerging as an important discipline for academic research and industrial application. The large size of biological data sets, inherent complexity of biological problems and the ability to deal with error-prone data all result in special requirements such as large memory space and huge computation time. These challenges require computer scientists to rethink our traditional methods and algorithms and to adapt to the new research area. The objective of this book series is therefore to provide timely treatments of the different aspects of bioinformatics spanning theory, new and established techniques, enabling technologies and tools, and application domains.
This series emphasizes the algorithmic, mathematical, statistical and computational methods that are central in bioinformatics and computational biology. Although the possible set of book topics is large, the following areas are particularly suitable for our book series (but not exhaustive):
WILEY BOOK SERIES ON BIOINFORMATICS
Series Editors: Yi Pan and Albert Y. Zomaya
· Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics: Techniques, Methods, and Applications, (Tony Hu & Yi Pan) 2007
· Grid Computing for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (Talbi & Zomaya) 2007
· Bioinformatics Algorithms: Techniques and Applications (Alexander Zelikovsky and Ion Mandoiu) 2008
· Analysis of Biological Networks (Björn H. Junker & Falk Schreiber) 2008
· Machine Learning in Bioinformatics (Yanqing Zhang and Jagath Rajapakse) 2008
· Computational Approaches for Protein Function Prediction (Gaurav Pandey, Vipin Kumar, and Michael Steinbach)
· Classification Analysis of DNA Microarray Data (Leif Peterson)
· Biomolecular Networks – Methods and Applications in Systems Biology (Luonan Chen, Rui-Sheng Wang, Xiang-Sun Zhang), 2009.
· Elements of Computational Systems Biology (Huma Lodhi and Stephen Muggleton), 2010.
· Computational Intelligence and Pattern Analysis in Biology Informatics (Ujjwal Maulik, Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, and Jason Wang), 2010.
· Introduction to Protein Structure Prediction (Huzefa Rangwala and George Karypis), 2010.
· Mathematics of Bioinformatics – Theory, Practice and Applications (Matthew He and Sergey Petoukhov) 2011.
· Algorithms in Computational Molecular Biology (Mourad Elloumi and Akbert Zomaya), 2011.
Below is the link to the guidelines for preparing the LaTex style for the manuscript. The link also contains guidelines for various other aspects of submitting the final manuscript.
If you are interested in writing or editing a book, you are encouraged to submit a proposal (see a proposal template at http://www.cs.gsu.edu/pan/wiley-proposal.doc) to one of the following Series Editors:
Professor Yi Pan
Department of Computer Science
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