Publications

  1. [14]
    DA Creager and AC Simpson. “Empirical analysis and optimization of an NP-hard algorithm using CSP and FDR.” In Proceedings of the Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods (SBMF 2007). ENTCS, to appear.
    Extended version of [11]
  2. [13]
    SD Indurawa-Fernando, DA Creager, and AC Simpson. “Towards build-time interoperability of workflow definition languages”. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing (SYNASC 2007). IEEE, September 2007. Timisoara, Romania.
  3. [12]
    DA Creager. A graph-based approach to the automated discovery of data transformations. D.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford, August 2007.
  4. [11]
    DA Creager and AC Simpson. “Empirical analysis and optimization of an NP-hard algorithm using CSP and FDR.” In Proceedings of the Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods (SBMF 2007). SBC, August 2007. Ouro Preto, Brazil.
    Superseded by [14]
  5. [10]
    DA Creager and AC Simpson. “Towards a fully generic theory of data.” In Proceedings of the Int’l Conf. on Formal Engineering Methods (ICFEM 2006). LNCS 4260, pp. 304–323. November 2006. Macau, China.
  6. [9]
    DA Creager and AC Simpson. “A fully generic, graph-based approach to data transformation discovery.” In Proceedings of Graph Computation Models (GCM 2006), September 2006. Natal, Brazil.
  7. [8]
    DA Schiffmann, D Dikovskaya, PL Appleton, IP Newton, DA Creager, C Allan, IS Näthke, and IG Goldberg. “Open Microscopy Environment and FindSpots: Integrating image informatics with quantitative multidimensional image analysis.” BioTechniques, 41(2), pp. 199–208, August 2006.
  8. [7]
    TJ Macura, JN Johnston, DA Creager, PK Sorger, and IG Goldberg. The Open Microscopy Environment Matlab Handler: Combining a bioinformatics data and image repository with a quantitative analysis environment. White paper, OME Consortium, 2006. PDF.
  9. [6]
    IG Goldberg, C Allan, J-M Burel, D Creager, A Falconi, H Hochheiser, J Johnston, J Mellen, PK Sorger, and JR Swedlow. “The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) data model and XML file: Open tools for informatics and quantitative analysis in biological imaging.” Genome Biology, 6(5), May 2005. HTML.
  10. [5]
    HS Hochheiser, C Allan, J Burel, D Creager, KW Eliceiri, A Falconi, IG Goldberg, J Johnston, J Mellen, C Rueden, PK Sorger, and JR Swedlow. “The Open Microscopy Environment: Informatics, visualization, and quantitative analysis.” Poster presentation: American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) 44th Annual Meeting, December 2003. Washington, DC.
  11. [4]
    DA Creager, E Brauner, J Johnston, BS Hughes, JR Swedlow, IG Goldberg, B Tidor, and PK Sorger. “Extensible, composable, modular management of image analysis tools.” Poster presentation: American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) 43rd Annual Meeting, December 2003. San Francisco, CA.
  12. [3]
    IG Goldberg, L David, H Hochheiser, J Johnston, N Orlov, DA Creager, B Hughes, J Mellen, D Rines, C Allan, J Burel, A Falconi, EO Brauner, P Sorger, and JS Swedlow. “OME: Image informatics in a post-genomic world.” Poster presentation: American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) 43rd Annual Meeting, December 2003. San Francisco, CA.
  13. [2]
    JR Swedlow, D Creager, J-M Burel, C Allan, A Falconi, D Rines, B Hughes, J Johnston, EO Brauner, PK Sorger, and IG Goldberg. “Semantic types in biological informatics: Applications in live cell imaging using the Open Microscopy Environment.” Poster presentation: American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) 43rd Annual Meeting, December 2003. San Francisco, CA.
  14. [1]
    DA Creager. A modular architecture for biological microscope image analysis. M.Eng. thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 2003.