CMPT 341 (Introduction to Biocomputing) Homework Assignment 2, Fall 2004 Due date: Oct 18, 2004 1. Given two strings T and P from the DNA alphabet, an integer k, and a score matrix for aligning each character in the alphabet to the others you are asked to
UC Davis Computer Science Technical Report CSE-2003-291
Optimal, Efficient Reconstruction of Phylogenetic Networks with Constrained Recombination
Dan Gusfield, Satish Eddhu, Charles Langley November 24, 2003
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Multiple Alignment, Index Structures, Suffix Trees
Jens Stoye
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Introduction
String comparison is a fundamental task in bioinformatics. The comparison of two sequences (pairwise alignment), and how to compute good pairwise a
Multiple Sequence Alignment: A Brief Introduction
Anoop Sarkar for CMPT-825: Natural Language Processing
This is a brief summary of some of the issues in multiple sequence alignment (or in other words, computing the minimum edit distance between multiple
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Ans 2: There can be more than 1 trees with most parsimony now the ere can be 2 cases 1. One of the Most parsimonious trees is already a bifurcating tree 2. None of the
BCB/CprE/ComS 548 Fundamental Algorithms in Computational Biology Fall 2005 Homework 5 Due Thursday, December 8
1. (5 points) Consider the binary character matrix M and phylogenetic tree T shown below. Compute the parsimony score for M on T .
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BCB/CprE/ComS 548 Fundamental Algorithms in Computational Biology Fall 2005 Homework 1 Due Monday, September 13
1. (5 points) Find the best local alignments between the two sequences AGGCAT and GT GCT GC. Use the following scoring system: 10 for a match,
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BCB 444/544 Fall 2005 Exam 2 Key
Friday, October 28
This closed-book, closed-notes 50-minute test consists of 7 questions. The number of points for each problem is indicated below. Read all questions carefully before starting. Write all your answers on th
BCB 444/544 Fall 2005 Exam 2 Key
Friday, October 28
This closed-book, closed-notes 50-minute test consists of 7 questions. The number of points for each problem is indicated below. Read all questions carefully before starting. Write all your answers on th
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Polymers
Long chain molecules consisting of a number of small repeating units called mer