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BMCBI
2011
9 years 26 days ago
N-gram analysis of 970 microbial organisms reveals presence of biological language models
Background: It has been suggested previously that genome and proteome sequences show characteristics typical of natural-language texts such as “signature-style” word usage ind...
Hatice U. Osmanbeyoglu, Madhavi Ganapathiraju
JCB
2000
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9 years 5 months ago
Evaluation Measures of Multiple Sequence Alignments
Multiple sequence alignments (MSAs) are frequently used in the study of families of protein sequences or DNA/RNA sequences. They are a fundamental tool for the understanding of th...
Gaston H. Gonnet, Chantal Korostensky, Steven A. B...
STACS
1999
Springer
9 years 10 months ago
Balanced Randomized Tree Splitting with Applications to Evolutionary Tree Constructions
We present a new technique called balanced randomized tree splitting. It is useful in constructing unknown trees recursively. By applying it we obtain two new results on efficient ...
Ming-Yang Kao, Andrzej Lingas, Anna Östlin
CCECE
2006
IEEE
9 years 12 months ago
New Constraints on Generation of Uniform Random Samples from Evolutionary Trees
In this paper, we introduce new algorithms for selecting taxon samples from large evolutionary trees, maintaining uniformity and randomness, under certain new constraints on the t...
Anupam Bhattacharjee, Zalia Shams, Kazi Zakia Sult...
FBIT
2007
IEEE
10 years 5 days ago
Unsupervised Learning in Spectral Genome Analysis
The tree representation as a model for organismal evolution has been in use since before Darwin. However, with the recent unprecedented access to biomolecular data it has been dis...
Lutz Hamel, Neha Nahar, Maria S. Poptsova, Olga Zh...
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