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Computational Genomics by Ron Shamir, Roded Sharan

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Computational Genomics
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Publisher: Tel Aviv University

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This course discusses algorithms for some important computational problems in Molecular Biology. In particular, we shall study problems that are pertinent to the Human Genome Project and to the so-called 'post-Genome era'. We shall study exact algorithms for those problems which can be solved efficiently, as well as complexity, approximation algorithms and heuristics for the more difficult problems.

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