Chen, Jianer individual record
Professor - Term Appointment

Dr. Chen's main research is centered on computer algorithms and their applications. His current research projects include exact and parameterized algorithms, computer graphics, computer networks, and computational biology.

In his research in algorithms, Jianer Chen is most interested in efficient and effective algorithms for hard optimization problems and their intrinsic complexity. In computer graphics, he is working on topologically robust graphics modeling systems. In computer networks, his main interest is in routing algorithms and fault tolerance for computer networks and sensor networks. In computational biology, his focus is on biological sequence analysis and biological network analysis.

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Academic Articles201
  • Wu, G., Chen, J., & Wang, J. (2020). On scheduling multiple two-stage flowshops. Theoretical Computer Science. 818, 74-82.
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  • Wu, G., Chen, J., & Wang, J. (2020). Improved approximation algorithms for two-stage flowshops scheduling problem. Theoretical Computer Science. 806, 509-515.
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  • Wu, G., Chen, J., & Wang, J. (2019). On scheduling inclined jobs on multiple two-stage flowshops. Theoretical Computer Science. 786, 67-77.
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  • Xu, C., Chen, J., & Wang, J. (2019). Resolution and linear CNF formulas: Improved (n,3)-MaxSAT algorithms. Theoretical Computer Science. 774, 113-123.
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  • Lin, M., Feng, Q., Wang, J., Chen, J., Fu, B., & Li, W. (2018). An improved FPT algorithm for Almost Forest Deletion problem. Information Processing Letters. 136, 30-36.
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  • Chen, J., & Xia, G. e. (2013). Complexity Issues on PTAS. Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization. (pp. 723-746). Springer New York.
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  • Chen, J. (2009). Maximum Partition MatchingMaximum partition matching. Floudas, C. A., & Pardalos, P. M. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Optimization. (pp. 2029-2035). Springer US.
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Conference Papers192
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Texas A&M University; Computer Science & Engineering; 3112 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3112