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By Mourad Elloumi, Albert Y. Zomaya

This ebook represents the main complete and updated selection of info related to computational molecular biology. Bringing the latest learn into the leading edge of debate, Algorithms in Computational Molecular Biology experiences an important and worthy algorithms at the moment getting used within the box, and gives similar difficulties. It additionally succeeds the place different titles have failed, in delivering quite a lot of info from the introductory basics correct as much as the newest, such a lot complex degrees of analysis.

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A list of characters of w, appearing in consecutive positions, is called a substring of w, denoted by w[i · · · j], where i and j are the starting and ending positions, respectively. If the substring starts at position 1, then it is called a prefix, whereas if it ends at position n, then it is called a suffix of w. However, an ordered list of characters of w that are not necessarily consecutive is called a subsequence of w. Strings and subsequences appear in a plethora of computational molecular biology problems because the basic types of DNA, RNA, and protein molecules can be represented as strings—pieces of DNA as strings over the alphabet { A, C, G, T } (representing the four bases adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine, respectively), pieces of RNA as strings over the alphabet { A, C, G, U } (with uracil replacing thymine), Algorithms in Computational Molecular Biology, Edited by Mourad Elloumi and Albert Y.

Wong, Department of Mathematics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong, China. Ling-Yun Wu, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. Xiao Yang, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology program, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA. Paul D. Yoo, School of information Technologies, The University of Sydney, Australia. Federico Zambelli, Department of Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology, University of Milan, Italy.

Hence, according to the basic property of the suffix array, no common prefix exists with P to the left side of M. Hence, we choose [M, R] as the new interval. r If x < l, then because P matches with the l characters of L and with the x characters of the middle suffix, we will have a nonmatching of the middle suffix at position x + 1. Hence, a larger prefix of P must exist in the left interval, and hence, we will choose [L , M] as the new search interval. r If x equals l, then we cannot deduce that the longest common prefix with P is in the left or the right interval.

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