Jacob Pithan

Jacob Pithan is a PhD candidate working in Dr. Greenlee’s lab under the guidance of both Dr. Kendra Greenlee and Dr. Giancarlo Lopez-Martinez at North Dakota State University. Jacob’s favorite part about science is the continuous pursuit of the unknown, the infinite possible questions, and how science instills a sense of curiosity in people.  He…

Body and Wing Allometries Reveal Flight-Fecundity Tradeoff in Response to Larval Provisioning in Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Bryan R Helm, Maxwell A Baldwin, Joseph P Rinehart, George D Yocum, Kendra J Greenlee, Julia H Bowsher Journal of Insect Science, Volume 21, Issue 3, May 2021, 11 Abstract Variation in body size has important implications for physical performance and fitness. For insects, adult size and morphology are determined by larval growth and metamorphosis….

RASMA: a reverse search algorithm for mining maximal frequent subgraphs

Published March 2021 by Saeed Salem, Mohammed Alokshiya & Mohammad Al Hasan Background Given a collection of coexpression networks over a set of genes, identifying subnetworks that appear frequently is an important research problem known as mining frequent subgraphs. Maximal frequent subgraphs are a representative set of frequent subgraphs; A frequent subgraph is maximal if…

Efficiently mining rich subgraphs from vertex-attributed graphs

Published September 2020 by Riyad Hakim, Saeed Salem With the rapid collection of large network data such as biological networks and social networks, it has become very important to develop efficient techniques for network analysis. In many domains, additional attribute data can be associated with entities and relationships in the network, where the network data…