Rezola A.,CEIT |
Pey J.,CEIT |
Tobalina L.,CEIT |
Rubio A.,CEIT |
And 2 more authors.
Briefings in Bioinformatics | Year: 2015
With the emergence of metabolic networks, novel mathematical pathway concepts were introduced in the past decade, aiming to go beyond canonical maps. However, the use of network-based pathways to interpret 'omics' data has been limited owing to the fact that their computation has, until very recently, been infeasible in large (genome-scale) metabolic networks. In this review article, we describe the progress made in the past few years in the field of network-based metabolic pathway analysis. In particular, we review in detail novel optimization techniques to compute elementary flux modes, an important pathway concept in this field. In addition, we summarize approaches for the integration of metabolic pathways with gene expression data, discussing recent advances using network-based pathway concepts. © The Author 2013.
Schrenk M.,CEIT |
Eizinger C.,CEIT |
Krejci P.,CEIT |
19th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, ITS 2012 | Year: 2012
The choice of location for a residence or a business is usually an important, long-term decision requiring a high level of investment of capital. With this in mind, such decisions should be considered together with their consequences, both for the individuals and the city as a whole. "Mobility Pass for Residential Real Estate" is a free online tool (www.mobilitaetsausweis.at) which investigates the relationship between the selection of the location and the mobility behavior, showing the effects of mobility time, mobility costs, CO2 emissions and possible accident risks. This paper deals with the research background, the multitier architecture and the used data and the creation of the routing network for the calculation of the trips, which is the basis for the estimation of the mobility costs. The project was funded within the IV2splus programme (ways2go initiative) of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT). The programme management lies at the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG).
Marcoci A.,CEIT |
Raffaelli S.,EDSO for Smart Grids |
Galan J.M.,Sanjuan Union Fenosa Distribucion |
Cagno E.,Polytechnic of Milan |
And 3 more authors.
IET Conference Publications | Year: 2013
The aim of this paper is to introduce the first results of the Meter-ON project aimed at collecting and sharing lessons learned from several European Smart Metering experiences. Meter-ON Consortium is led by the European Distribution System Operators for Smart-Grids, including 31 leading DSOs and associations throughout the European Union. The Consortium comprises universitylinked foundations (EnergyLab), technological institutions (RSE and CEIT Alanova) and communication experts (ZABALA).