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GCB
2007
Springer
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Expected Gene Order Distances and Model Selection in Bacteria
The most parsimonous distances calculated in pairwise gene order comparisons cannot accurately reflect the true number of events separating two species, unless the number of chan...
Niklas Eriksen
JCB
2006
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11 years 8 months ago
The Distribution of Genomic Distance between Random Genomes
We study the probability distribution of genomic distance d under the hypothesis of random gene order. We translate the random order assumption into a stochastic method for constr...
David Sankoff, Lani Haque
CSB
2003
IEEE
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Prokaryote Phylogeny without Sequence Alignment: From Avoidance Signature to Composition Distance
A new and essentially simple method to reconstruct prokaryotic phylogenetic trees from their complete genome data without using sequence alignment is proposed. It is based on the ...
Bailin Hao, Ji Qi
GCB
2000
Springer
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Detecting Sporadic Recombination in DNA Alignments with Hidden Markov Models
Conventional phylogenetic tree estimation methods assume that all sites in a DNA multiple alignment have the same evolutionary history. This assumption is violated in data sets fro...
Dirk Husmeier, Frank Wright
CSDA
2007
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Arbitrarily shaped multiple spatial cluster detection for case event data
An original method is proposed for spatial cluster detection of case event data. A selection order and the distance from the nearest neighbour are attributed to each point, once p...
Christophe Dematteï, Nicolas Molinari, Jean-P...
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