If you use the Databionic ESOM Tools in your scientific research or other articles, please cite the following technical report and send us the reference and a link, so we can keep this list up to date.

Ultsch, A., Moerchen, F.: ESOM-Maps: tools for clustering, visualization, and classification with Emergent SOM, Technical Report Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Marburg, Germany, No. 46, (2005)

Publications using the Databionic ESOM Tools

Kupas, K., Klebe, G., Ultsch, A.: Comparison of substructural epitopes in enzyme active sites using self-organizing maps, In Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design, Vol. 18, (2004), pp. 697-708
Ultsch, A., Kaempf, D.: Knowledge Discovery in DNA Microarray Data of Cancer Patients with Emergent Self Organizing Maps, In Proceedings of the European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks (ESANN 2004)
Kupas, K., Klebe, G., Ultsch, A.: An algorithm for finding similarities in protein active sites, In Proceedings ICBA 2004, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, (2004)
Moerchen, F., Ultsch, A., Noecker, M., Stamm, C.: Databionic visualization of music collections according to perceptual distance, Proceedings 6th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR 2005), London, UK, pp. 396-403
Ultsch, A., Moutarde, F.: U*F Clustering: a new performant Cluster-mining method based on segmentation of Self-Organizing Maps, In Proceedings Workshop on Self-Organizing Maps, Paris, France, (2005), pp. 25-32
Moerchen, F., Ultsch, A., Noecker, M., Stamm, C.: Visual mining in music collections, In Proceedings 29th Annual Conference of the German Classification Society (GfKl 2005), Magdeburg, Germany (to appear)
Moerchen, F., Ultsch, A., Hoos, O.: Extracting interpretable muscle activation patterns with Time Series Knowledge Mining, In International Journal of Knowledge-Based & Intelligent Engineering Systems (to appear), (2005)
Koch, O., Kupas, K., Ultsch, A., Klebe, G.: Involvement of turns in ligand binding: Using Secbase to analyse secondary structure elements GCB 2005, Hamburg, Germany