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TPDS
1998
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Parallel Computation in Biological Sequence Analysis
—A massive volume of biological sequence data is available in over 36 different databases worldwide, including the sequence data generated by the Human Genome project. These data...
Tieng K. Yap, Ophir Frieder, Robert L. Martino
TCBB
2008
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Learning Scoring Schemes for Sequence Alignment from Partial Examples
When aligning biological sequences, the choice of scoring scheme is critical. Even small changes in gap penalties, for example, can yield radically different alignments. A rigorous...
Eagu Kim, John D. Kececioglu
BMCBI
2008
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Evolution of biological sequences implies an extreme value distribution of type I for both global and local pairwise alignment s
Background: Confidence in pairwise alignments of biological sequences, obtained by various methods such as Blast or Smith-Waterman, is critical for automatic analyses of genomic d...
Olivier Bastien, Eric Maréchal
BMCBI
2007
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XSTREAM: A practical algorithm for identification and architecture modeling of tandem repeats in protein sequences
Background: Biological sequence repeats arranged in tandem patterns are widespread in DNA and proteins. While many software tools have been designed to detect DNA tandem repeats (...
Aaron M. Newman, James B. Cooper
COMAD
2008
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REBMEC: Repeat Based Maximum Entropy Classifier for Biological Sequences
An important problem in biological data analysis is to predict the family of a newly discovered sequence like a protein or DNA sequence, using the collection of available sequence...
Pratibha Rani, Vikram Pudi
BIRD
2008
Springer
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Suffix Tree Characterization of Maximal Motifs in Biological Sequences
Finding motifs in biological sequences is one of the most intriguing problems for string algorithms designers due to, on the one hand, the numerous applications of this problem in...
Maria Federico, Nadia Pisanti
WABI
2007
Springer
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Inverse Sequence Alignment from Partial Examples
When aligning biological sequences, the choice of parameter values for the alignment scoring function is critical. Small changes in gap penalties, for example, can yield radically ...
Eagu Kim, John D. Kececioglu
SAC
2009
ACM
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A new protein motif extraction framework based on constrained co-clustering
Signal finding (pattern discovery) in biological sequences is a fundamental problem in both computer science and molecular biology. Many approaches have been proposed for extract...
Francesca Cordero, Alessia Visconti, Marco Botta
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