by Ron Shamir, Roded Sharan
Publisher: Tel Aviv University 2011
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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