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The University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute for Advanced Computational Research (MSI) provides high-performing computer resources and support to faculty and their research groups in all fields. It is a linchpin program in the University's broad-based digital technology efforts, provides a focal point for collaborative research on supercomputing within the University and the State, and provides an interdisciplinary focus for undergraduate and graduate education related to supercomputing and scientific computing. The Institute's hardware and software resources and technical support are available to research groups at the University of Minnesota and at other post-secondary educational institutions in the State of Minnesota.

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Was Wright Right? Reconsidering the Adaptive Landscape

Shinn, Maxwell; Lehman, Clarence (2013-04)

Computational Approaches to Measuring the Similarity of Short Contexts : A Review of Applications and Methods

Pedersen, Ted (University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute, 2010-10)
Measuring the similarity of short written contexts is a fundamental problem in Natural Language Processing. This article provides a unifying framework by which short context problems can be categorized both by their intended ...

UMLS::Similarity: Measuring the Relatedness and Similarity of Biomedical Concepts

McInnes, Bridget; Liu, Ying; Pedersen, Ted; Melton, Genevieve; Pakhomov, Serguei (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013-06)
UMLS::Similarity is freely available open source software that allows a user to measure the semantic similarity or relatedness of biomedical terms found in the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS). It is written in Perl ...

MSI Research Bulletin Spring 12

Unknown author (U of M Supercomputing Institute, 2012-04)

MSI Research Bulletin Fall 11

Unknown author (U of M Supercomputing Institute, 2011-12)

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