Information & Telecommunication Technology Center
The Information and Telecommunication Technology Center contains seven laboratories on the University of Kansas campus. Six laboratories are located in Nichols Hall on West Campus, with the seventh, the e-Learning Design Laboratory, housed in the Dole Human Development Center. The e-Learning lab is a joint creation between ITTC and KU's Center for Research on Learning, which is also in Dole. ITTC has more than 35 faculty and staff researchers and 140 students who develop technologies and advance knowledge in the areas of information technology, telecommunications, radar systems and remote sensing.
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KUPS: constructing datasets of interacting and non-interacting protein pairs with associated attributions (Oxford University Press, 2010-09-30)KUPS (The University of Kansas Proteomics Service) provides high-quality protein–protein interaction (PPI) data for researchers developing and evaluating computational models for predicting PPIs by allowing users to construct ...
(Public Library of Science, 2008-02-06)Background As we move into the post genome-sequencing era, an immediate challenge is how to make best use of the large amount of high-throughput experimental data to assign functions to currently uncharacterized proteins. ...
(Scientific Research, 2013-05-01)A global variable in C/C++ is one that is declared outside a function, and whose scope extends the lifetime of the entire program. Global variables cause problems for program dependability, maintainability, ...