Items where Author is "Miklós, István"

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2007

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2007Miklós, István
Algorithms of Bioinformatics
Book Section
2007Miklós, István
Bioinformatics
Book Section

2008

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2008Darling, A. E. and Miklós, István and Ragan, M. A.
Dynamics of genome rearrangement in bacterial populations
ISI Article
2008Miklós, István and Novák, Ádám and Dombai, Balázs and Hein, Jotun
How reliably can we predict the reliability of protein structure predictions?
ISI Article
2008Meyer, I. M. and Miklós, István
SimulFold: simultaneously inferring RNA structures including pseudoknots, alignments, and trees using a Bayesian MCMC framework
ISI Article
2008Novák, Ádám and Miklós, István and Lyngso, Rune and Hein, Jotun
StatAlign: an extendable software package for joint Bayesian estimation of alignments and evolutionary trees
ISI Article
2008Miklós, István
Statistical multiple alignment
Book Section
2008Miklós, István and Novák, Á. and Satija, R. and Lyngsoe, R. and Hein, J.
Stochastic Models of Sequence Evolution including Insertion-Deletion events Statistical Methods in Medical Research
Other

2009

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2009Satija, R. and Novák, Á. and Miklós, István and Lyngsoe, R. and Hein, J.
BigFoot: Bayesian Alignment and Phylogenetic Footprinting with MCMC BMC
Article
2009Kim, P. and Toroczkai, Z. and Erdős, P. and Miklós, István and Székely, L.
Degree-based graph construction
Article
2009Miklós, István and Darling, A. E.
Efficient sampling of parsimonious inversion histories with application to genome rearrangement in Yersinia
Article
2009Miklós, István and Novák, Á. and Satija, R. and Lyngsoe, R. and Hein, J.
Stochastic models of sequence evolution including insertion-deletion events
ISI Article
2009Csürös, M. and Miklós, István
Streamlining and large ancestral genomes in Archaea inferred with a phylogenetic birth-and-death model
Other

2010

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2010Miklós, István and Tannier, E.
Bayesian sampling of genomic rearrangement scenarios via double cut and join
ISI Article
2010Miklós, István
Introduction to Algorithms in Bioinformatics
Book
2010Miklós, István and Ciccarelli, Francesca D.
Journal of Computational Biology
Book (edited)
2010Friedman, Anna Eszter and Miklós, István and Hein, J.
MCMC network: graphical interface for Bayesian analysis of metabolic networks
Article
2010Miklós, István and Mélykúti, B. and Swenson, K.
The Metropolized Partial Importance Sampling MCMC mixes slowly on minimum reversal rearrangement paths
Article
2010Miklós, István
RNA Structure Prediction
Book Section
2010Szabó, Adrienn and Novák, Á. and Miklós, István and Hein, J.
Reticular alignment: a progressive corner-cutting method for multiple sequence alignment
ISI Article
2010Erdős, P. and Miklós, István and Toroczkai, Z.
A simple Havel-Hakimi type algorithm to realize graphical degree sequences of directed graphs
Article

2012

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2012Miklós, István and Tannier, E
Approximating the number of Double Cut-and-Join scenarios
ISI Article

2013

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2013Miklós, István and Erdős, Péter and Soukup, Lajos
Towards random uniform sampling of bipartite graphs with given degree sequence
Article

2014

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2014Miklós, István and Kiss, Sándor and Tannier, Eric
Counting and sampling SCJ small parsimony solutions
Article

2015

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2015Herman, Joseph L and Novák, Ádám and Lyngso, Rune and Szabó, Adrienn and Miklós, István and Hein, Jotun
Efficient representation of uncertainty in multiple sequence alignments using directed acyclic graphs
Article
2015Herman, Joseph L and Novák, Ádám and Lyngsø, Rune and Szabó, Adrienn and Miklós, István
Efficient representation of uncertainty in multiple sequence alignments using directed acyclic graphs
Article
2015Bassler, K.E. and Del Genio, C.I. and Erdős, Péter and Miklós, István and Toroczkai, Z.
Exact sampling of graphs with prescribed degree correlations
Article
2015Miklós, István and Heather, Smith
Sampling and counting genome rearrangement scenarios
Article
2015Erdős, Péter and Miklós, István and Toroczkai, Z.
A decomposition based proof for fast mixing of a Markov chain over balanced realizations of a joint degree matrix
Article

2020

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2020Gollakota, A and Hardt, W and Miklós, István
Packing Tree Degree Sequences
Article

2021

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2021Miklós, István and Schlafly, G. and Wang, Y. and Wei, Z
Edge Disjoint Caterpillar Realizations
Article
2021Erdős, Péter and Győri, Ervin and Mezei, Tamás Róbert and Miklós, István and Soltész, Dániel
Half-graphs, other non-stable degree sequences, and the switch Markov chain
Article
2021Lőrincz, Orsolya and Tóth, J and Molnár, L and Miklós, István and Pántya, K
In Silico Model Estimates the Clinical Trial Outcome of Cancer Vaccines
Article

2022

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2022Ecker, András and Bagi, Bence and Vértes, Eszter and Steinbach-Németh, Orsolya and Karlócai, Rita and Miklós, István and Hájos, Norbert and Freund, Tamás and Gulyás, Attila and Káli, Szabolcs
Hippocampal sharp wave-ripples and the associated sequence replay emerge from structured synaptic interactions in a network model of area CA3
Article

2023

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2023Cibej, U. and Li, Aaron and Miklós, István and Nasir, S. and Srikanth, V.
Constructing bounded degree graphs with prescribed degree and neighbor degree sequences
Article
2023Hong, L and Miklós, István
A Markov chain on the solution space of edge colorings of bipartite graphs
Article

2024

DateAuthor/TitleDocument Type
2024Erdős, Péter and Mezei, Tamás Róbert and Miklós, István
Approximate Sampling and Counting of Graphs with Near-P-stable Degree Intervals
Article
2024Hubai, A and Mezei, Tamás Róbert and Béres, Ferenc and Benczúr, András, ifj and Miklós, István
Constructing and sampling partite, 3-uniform hypergraphs with given degree sequence
Article
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