My publications in google scholar.


  • Amina Asif, Wajid Arshad Abbasi, Farzeen Munir, Asa Ben-Hur, and Fayyaz ul Amir Afsar Minhas. pyLEMMINGS: Large margin multiple instance classification and ranking for bioinformatics applications. arXiv:1711.04913. [cs.LG]


  • Fahad Ullah, Michael Hamilton, Anireddy SN Reddy, and Asa Ben-Hur Exploring the relationship between intron retention and chromatin accessibility in plants. BMC Genomics, in press.
  • Sergei A Filichkin, Mike Hamilton, Palitha D Dharmawardhana, Sunil K Singh, Christopher Sullivan, Asa Ben-Hur, Anireddy SN Reddy, and Pankaj Jaiswal. Abiotic stresses modulate landscape of poplar transcriptome via alternative splicing, differential intron retention, and isoform ratio switching. Frontiers in Plant Science, in press.












2006 and earlier

Work in analog computation and statistical physics:

  • A. Ben-Hur, J. Feinberg, S. Fishman and H.T. Siegelmann. Probabilistic analysis of a differential equation for linear programming . Journal of Complexity 19(4) : 474-510, 2003.
  • A. Roitershtein, A. Ben-Hur and H.T. Siegelmann. On probabilistic analog automata . Theoretical Computer Science 320(2-3):449-464, 2004.
  • A. Ben-Hur, H.T. Siegelmann and S. Fishman. Complexity for continuous time systems. Journal of Complexity 18(1) : 51-86, 2002.
  • H.T. Siegelmann, A. Ben-Hur and S. Fishman. Computational complexity for continuous time dynamics. Physical Review Letters, 83(7):1463-1466, 1999.
  • A. Ben-Hur and H.T. Siegelmann. Computation in gene networks. In: M. Margenstern and Y. Rogozhin (Eds.): MCU 2001, LNCS 2055, pp. 11-24, 2001.
  • H.T. Siegelmann, A. Roitershtein, and A. Ben-Hur. Noisy neural networks and generalizations. In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 12, Cambridge, MA, 2000. MIT Press.
  • A. Ben-Hur, R. Hallgass and V. Loreto. A renormalization procedure for directed self-organized critical models. Physical Review E, 54:1426-1432, 1996.
  • A. Ben-Hur and O. Biham. Universality in sandpile models. Physical Review E, 53:1317-1321, 1996.