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47EEG. Craig Murray, Jimmy J. Lin, W. John Wilbur, Zhiyong Lu: Users' adjustments to unsuccessful queries in biomedical search. JCDL 2009: 433-434
46EEZhiyong Lu, Won Kim, W. John Wilbur: Evaluation of query expansion using MeSH in PubMed. Inf. Retr. 12(1): 69-80 (2009)
45EELana Yeganova, Donald C. Comeau, Won Kim, W. John Wilbur: How to interpret PubMed queries and why it matters. JASIST 60(2): 264-274 (2009)
44EESunghwan Sohn, Donald C. Comeau, Won Kim, W. John Wilbur: Abbreviation definition identification based on automatic precision estimates. BMC Bioinformatics 9: (2008)
43EEHagit Shatkay, Fengxia Pan, Andrey Rzhetsky, W. John Wilbur: Multi-dimensional classification of biomedical text: Toward automated, practical provision of high-utility text to diverse users. Bioinformatics 24(18): 2086-2093 (2008)
42EEJimmy J. Lin, Michael DiCuccio, Vahan Grigoryan, W. John Wilbur: Navigating information spaces: A case study of related article search in PubMed. Inf. Process. Manage. 44(5): 1771-1783 (2008)
41EERezarta Islamaj Dogan, Lise Getoor, W. John Wilbur: Characterizing RNA Secondary-Structure Features and Their Effects on Splice-Site Prediction. ICDM Workshops 2007: 89-94
40EEDina Demner-Fushman, Susanne M. Humphrey, Nicholas C. Ide, Russell F. Loane, James G. Mork, Patrick Ruch, Miguel E. Ruiz, Lawrence H. Smith, W. John Wilbur, Alan R. Aronson: Combining Resources to Find Answers to Biomedical Questions. TREC 2007
39EERezarta Islamaj Dogan, Lise Getoor, W. John Wilbur, Stephen M. Mount: Features generated for computational splice-site prediction correspond to functional elements. BMC Bioinformatics 8: (2007)
38EEJimmy J. Lin, W. John Wilbur: PubMed related articles: a probabilistic topic-based model for content similarity. BMC Bioinformatics 8: (2007)
37EEJimmy J. Lin, W. John Wilbur: Syntactic sentence compression in the biomedical domain: facilitating access to related articles. Inf. Retr. 10(4-5): 393-414 (2007)
36EEHong Yu, Won Kim, Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, W. John Wilbur: Using MEDLINE as a knowledge source for disambiguating abbreviations and acronyms in full-text biomedical journal articles. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 40(2): 150-159 (2007)
35EERezarta Islamaj Dogan, Lise Getoor, W. John Wilbur, Stephen M. Mount: SplicePort - An interactive splice-site analysis tool. Nucleic Acids Research 35(Web-Server-Issue): 285-291 (2007)
34EERezarta Islamaj Dogan, Lise Getoor, W. John Wilbur: A Feature Generation Algorithm for Sequences with Application to Splice-Site Prediction. PKDD 2006: 553-560
33EEDina Demner-Fushman, Susanne M. Humphrey, Nicholas C. Ide, Russell F. Loane, Patrick Ruch, Miguel E. Ruiz, Lawrence H. Smith, Lorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur, Alan R. Aronson: Finding Relevant Passages in Scientific Articles: Fusion of Automatic Approaches vs. an Interactive Team Effort. TREC 2006
32EEHong Yu, Won Kim, Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, W. John Wilbur: A large scale, corpus-based approach for automatically disambiguating biomedical abbreviations. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. 24(3): 380-404 (2006)
31EEW. John Wilbur, Won Kim, Natalie Xie: Spelling correction in the PubMed search engine. Inf. Retr. 9(5): 543-564 (2006)
30EEAlan R. Aronson, Dina Demner-Fushman, Susanne M. Humphrey, Jimmy J. Lin, Patrick Ruch, Miguel E. Ruiz, Lawrence H. Smith, Lorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur, Hongfang Liu: Fusion of Knowledge-Intensive and Statistical Approaches for Retrieving and Annotating Textual Genomics Documents. TREC 2005
29EELorraine K. Tanabe, Natalie Xie, Lynne H. Thom, Wayne Matten, W. John Wilbur: GENETAG: a tagged corpus for gene/protein named entity recognition. BMC Bioinformatics 6(S-1): (2005)
28EEW. John Wilbur, Lana Yeganova, Won Kim: The Synergy Between PAV and AdaBoost. Machine Learning 61(1-3): 71-103 (2005)
27EEHong Yu, Won Kim, Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, W. John Wilbur: Using MEDLINE as a Knowledge Source for Disambiguating Abbreviations in Full-Text Biomedical Journal Articles. CBMS 2004: 27-
26EEAlan R. Aronson, Susanne M. Humphrey, Nicholas C. Ide, Won Kim, Russell R. Loane, James G. Mork, Lawrence H. Smith, Lorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur, Natalie Xie, Dina Demner-Fushman, Hongfang Liu: Knowledge-Intensive and Statistical Approaches to the Retrieval and Annotation of Genomics MEDLINE Citations. TREC 2004
25EELawrence H. Smith, Thomas C. Rindflesch, W. John Wilbur: MedPost: a part-of-speech tagger for bioMedical text. Bioinformatics 20(14): 2320-2321 (2004)
24EELana Yeganova, Lawrence H. Smith, W. John Wilbur: Identification of related gene/protein names based on an HMM of name variations. Computational Biology and Chemistry 28(2): 97-107 (2004)
23EELawrence H. Smith, W. John Wilbur: Retrieving definitional content for ontology development. Computational Biology and Chemistry 28(5-6): 387-391 (2004)
22EELorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur: Generation of a Large Gene/protein Lexicon by Morphological Pattern Analysis. J. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 1(4): 611-626 (2004)
21EEDonald C. Comeau, W. John Wilbur: Non-word identification or spell checking without a dictionary. JASIST 55(2): 169-177 (2004)
20EEAndrey Rzhetsky, Ivan Iossifov, Tomohiro Koike, Michael Krauthammer, Pauline Kra, Mitzi Morris, Hong Yu, Pablo Ariel Duboué, Wubin Weng, W. John Wilbur: GeneWays: a system for extracting, analyzing, visualizing, and integrating molecular pathway data. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 37(1): 43-53 (2004)
19EELawrence H. Smith, Lana Yeganova, W. John Wilbur: Hidden Markov models and optimized sequence alignments. Computational Biology and Chemistry 27(1): 77-84 (2003)
18 Lorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur: Tagging gene and protein names in full text articles. ACL Workshop on Natural Language Processing in the Biomedical Domain 2002: 9-13
17EEW. John Wilbur: A Thematic Analysis of the AIDS Literature. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2002: 386-397
16 Lorraine K. Tanabe, W. John Wilbur: Tagging gene and protein names in biomedical text. Bioinformatics 18(8): 1124-1132 (2002)
15EEHong Yu, Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, Andrey Rzhetsky, W. John Wilbur: Automatically identifying gene/protein terms in MEDLINE abstracts. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 35(5-6): 322-330 (2002)
14EEWon Kim, W. John Wilbur: Amino Acid Residue Environments and Predictions of Residue Type. Computers & Chemistry 25(4): 411-422 (2001)
13 Won Kim, W. John Wilbur: Corpus-based statistical screening for content-bearing terms. JASIST 52(3): 247-259 (2001)
12EEHagit Shatkay, W. John Wilbur: Finding Themes in Medline Documents: Probabilistic Similarity Search. ADL 2000: 183-192
11 Hagit Shatkay, Stephen Edwards, W. John Wilbur, Mark Boguski: Genes, Themes, and Microarrays: Using Information Retrieval for Large-Scale Gene Analysis. ISMB 2000: 317-328
10EEW. John Wilbur, Andrew F. Neuwald: A Theory of Information with Special Application to Search Problems. Computers & Chemistry 24(1): 33-42 (2000)
9EEW. John Wilbur: The Knowledge in Multiple Human Relevance Judgments. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. 16(2): 101-126 (1998)
8 W. John Wilbur: A Comparison of Group and Individual Performance Among Subject Experts and Untrained Workers at the Document Retrieval Task. JASIS 49(6): 517-529 (1998)
7 W. John Wilbur: Human Subjectivity and Performance Limits in Document Retrieval. Inf. Process. Manage. 32(5): 515-527 (1996)
6 Yiming Yang, W. John Wilbur: Using Corpus Statistics to Remove Redundant Words in Text Categorization. JASIS 47(5): 357-369 (1996)
5 W. John Wilbur, Leona Coffee: The Effectiveness of Document Neighboring in Search Enhancement. Inf. Process. Manage. 30(2): 253-266 (1994)
4 W. John Wilbur: Retrieval Testing with Hypergeometric Document Models. JASIS 44(6): 340-351 (1993)
3 W. John Wilbur: An information measure of retrieval performance. Inf. Syst. 17(4): 283-298 (1992)
2 W. John Wilbur: Retrieval Testing by the Comparison of Statistically Independent Retrieval Methods. JASIS 43(5): 358-370 (1992)
1 David J. Lipman, W. John Wilbur, Temple F. Smith, Michael S. Waterman: On the statistical significance of nucleic acid similarities. Nucleic Acids Research 12(1): 215-226 (1984)

Coauthor Index

1Alan R. Aronson [26] [30] [33] [40]
2Mark Boguski [11]
3Leona Coffee [5]
4Donald C. Comeau [21] [44] [45]
5Dina Demner-Fushman [26] [30] [33] [40]
6Michael DiCuccio [42]
7Rezarta Islamaj Dogan [34] [35] [39] [41]
8Pablo Ariel Duboué [20]
9Stephen Edwards [11]
10Lise Getoor [34] [35] [39] [41]
11Vahan Grigoryan [42]
12Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou [15] [27] [32] [36]
13Susanne M. Humphrey [26] [30] [33] [40]
14Nicholas C. Ide [26] [33] [40]
15Ivan Iossifov [20]
16Won Kim [13] [14] [26] [27] [28] [31] [32] [36] [44] [45] [46]
17Tomohiro Koike [20]
18Pauline Kra [20]
19Michael Krauthammer [20]
20Jimmy J. Lin [30] [37] [38] [42] [47]
21David J. Lipman [1]
22Hongfang Liu [26] [30]
23Russell F. Loane [33] [40]
24Russell R. Loane [26]
25Zhiyong Lu [46] [47]
26Wayne Matten [29]
27James G. Mork [26] [40]
28Mitzi Morris [20]
29Stephen M. Mount [35] [39]
30G. Craig Murray [47]
31Andrew F. Neuwald [10]
32Fengxia Pan [43]
33Thomas C. Rindflesch [25]
34Patrick Ruch [30] [33] [40]
35Miguel E. Ruiz [30] [33] [40]
36Andrey Rzhetsky [15] [20] [43]
37Hagit Shatkay [11] [12] [43]
38Lawrence H. Smith [19] [23] [24] [25] [26] [30] [33] [40]
39Temple F. Smith [1]
40Sunghwan Sohn [44]
41Lorraine K. Tanabe [16] [18] [22] [26] [29] [30] [33]
42Lynne H. Thom [29]
43Michael S. Waterman [1]
44Wubin Weng [20]
45Natalie Xie [26] [29] [31]
46Yiming Yang [6]
47Lana Yeganova [19] [24] [28] [45]
48Hong Yu [15] [20] [27] [32] [36]

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