This set of lecture notes gives a first coherent account of a novel aspect of the living world that can be called biological information. The book presents both a pedagogical and state-of-the art roadmap of this rapidly evolving area and covers the whole field, from information which is encoded in the molecular genetic code to the description of large-scale evolution of complex species networks. The book will prove useful for all those who work at the interface of biology, physics and information science.The capability of the Web in handling text and multimedia information is well known but diagram handling on the Web ... The development of WIDE (the WWW Interactive Diagram Editor)  came from the requirement to have an interactiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Advances in Databases|
|Author||:||Barry Eaglestone, Siobhan North, Alexandra Poulovassilis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-07-03|