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BIBE
2005
IEEE
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Highly Scalable and Accurate Seeds for Subsequence Alignment
We propose a method for finding seeds for the local alignment of two nucleotide sequences. Our method uses randomized algorithms to find approximate seeds. We present a dynamic ...
Abhijit Pol, Tamer Kahveci
BMCBI
2008
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12 years 1 months ago
Universal seeds for cDNA-to-genome comparison
Background: To meet the needs of gene annotation for newly sequenced organisms, optimized spaced seeds can be implemented into cross-species sequence alignment programs to accurat...
Leming Zhou, Jonathan Stanton, Liliana Florea
CSB
2005
IEEE
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Maximum Sequence Alignment Fails to Predict Off-targeted Gene Regulation by RNAi
We have employed various sequence alignment algorithms and scoring techniques to determine whether current computational tools accurately predict genes that will be off-targeted b...
Amanda Birmingham, Emily M. Anderson, William S. M...
BIBM
2008
IEEE
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12 years 8 months ago
Genome Alignments Using MPI-LAGAN
We develop a parallel algorithm for a widely used whole genome alignment method called LAGAN. We use the MPI-based protocol to develop parallel solutions for two phases of the alg...
Ruinan Zhang, Huzefa Rangwala, George Karypis
TIP
2010
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11 years 8 months ago
User-Friendly Interactive Image Segmentation Through Unified Combinatorial User Inputs
One weakness in the existing interactive image segmentation algorithms is the lack of more intelligent ways to understand the intention of user inputs. In this paper, we advocate t...
Wenxian Yang, Jianfei Cai, Jianmin Zheng, Jiebo Lu...
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