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An Ant-Based Model for Multiple Sequence Alignment

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An Ant-Based Model for Multiple Sequence Alignment
Abstract. Multiple sequence alignment is a key process in today’s biology, and finding a relevant alignment of several sequences is much more challenging than just optimizing some improbable evaluation functions. Our approach for addressing multiple sequence alignment focuses on the building of structures in a new graph model: the factor graph model. This model relies on block-based formulation of the original problem, formulation that seems to be one of the most suitable ways for capturing evolutionary aspects of alignment. The structures are implicitly built by a colony of ants laying down pheromones in the factor graphs, according to relations between blocks belonging to the different sequences.
Frédéric Guinand, Yoann Pigné
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where LSSC
Authors Frédéric Guinand, Yoann Pigné
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