2 edition of Walking tree heuristics for string matching and gene location found in the catalog.
Walking tree heuristics for string matching and gene location
by Oregon State University, Dept. of Computer Science in Corvallis, OR
Written in English
|Statement||P. Cull, J.L. Holloway, J.D. Cavener.|
|Series||Technical report -- 97-20-02., Technical report (Oregon State University. Dept. of Computer Science) -- 97-20-02.|
|Contributions||Holloway, James Lee., Cavener, Jeffrey Douglas., Oregon State University. Dept. of Computer Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves :|
Walking Tree Method approximately maximizes the global alignment scores of matched translocations and inversions, and minimizes gap penalties. It’s heuristic because some special cases of string alignment problems have been shown to be NP-complete, e.g. Walking Tree Heuristics for Biological String Alignment, Gene Location, and Phylogenies Paul Cull, J. L. Holloway, J. D. Cavener Genetic Algorithms and their Testing Jiri Kubalik, Jiri Lazansky Discovering and Updating Rules from Databases A. Faye, A. Giacometti, D. Laurent, N. Spyratos.
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We propose a family of heuristics called walking trees to align biologically reasonable strings. Both edit-distance and walking tree methods can locate specifi c genes within a large string when the genes' sequences are given.
When we attempt to match whole strings, the walking tree matches most genes, while the edit-distance method by: 5. We propose a family of heuristics called walking trees to align biologically reasonable strings.
Both edit-distance and walking tree methods can locate specific genes within a large string when the genes' sequences are given. When we attempt to match whole strings, the walking tree matches most genes, while the edit-distance method by: 5.
The walking tree method is an approximate string alignment method that can handle insertions, deletions, substitutions, translocations, and more than one level of inversion. We will describe this method and recent improvements which allow fast alignment of megabase : Jeffrey D Cavener, Paul Cull, James L Holloway, Tai-Ching Hsu.
Walking tree heuristics for comparative genomic alignments Although string matching is well-understood in the edit-distance model, biological strings with transpositions and inversions violate Author: Tai Hsu. Walking Tree Heuristics for Biological String Alignment, Gene Location, and Phylogenies.
CA American Institute of Physics, Woodbury New York, − Although string matching is well-understood in the\ud edit-distance model, biological strings with transpositions and inversions violate this model's assumptions.\ud We propose a family of heuristics called walking trees to align biologically reasonable strings.\ud Both edit-distance and walking tree methods can locate specifi c genes within a.
The Walking Tree Method [3, 4, 5, 18] is an approximate string alignment method that can handle insertions, deletions, substitutions, translocations, and more than one level of inversions all together. Moreover, it tends to highlight gene locations, and helps discover unknown genes.
Although string matching is well-understood in the edit-distance model, biological strings with transpositions and inversions violate this model’s assumptions. To align biologically reasonable strings, we proposed the Walking Tree Method [4,5,6,7,8]; an approximate string alignment method that can handle insertion, deletions, substitutions.
Frequency of the top-scoring trees. Table Table1 1 shows the number of trees found by the Pauprat and Rec-I-DCM3 heuristics in terms of the number of steps they are from the best score, b, we found across the each dataset, both Pauprat and Rec-I-DCM3 find trees with the best score, x represent the parsimony score of a tree T.
Connections between multiple alignment and tree construction Exercises 18 Three Short Topics Matching DNA to protein with frameshift errors Gene prediction Molecular computation: computing with (not about) DNA strings Exercises 19. The Walking Tree heuristics calculate some of these relationships.\ud I have designed and implemented graphic presentations which allow the\ud biologist (user) to see these relations.
This thesis contains background information\ud on the biological sequences and some background on the Walking Tree heuristics. Given the importance of accurate gene trees, independent of the task of species tree inference, methods, such as Treefix (Wu et al., ), were developed to ‘correct’ errors in gene tree estimates by making use of a species tree and fixing the gene tree with respect to it.
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By combining variable and value selection alone, a large number of different heuristics can be implemented. To give an idea of the numbers involved, table shows the search space sizes, the number of possible search space traversal orderings, and the number of orderings that can be obtained by variable and value selection (assuming domain size 2).
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Abstract approved-Paul Cull. Biologists need tools to see the structural relationships encoded in biological sequences (strings). The Walking Tree heuristics calculate some of these relation ships.
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