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De novo assembly is a widely used methodology in bioinformatics. However, the conventional short-read based de novo assembly is incapable of reliably reconstructing the large-scale structures of human genomes. Recently, a novel optical label based technology has enabled reliable large-scale de novo assembly. Despite its advantage in large-scale genome analysis, this new technology requires a more computationally intensive alignment algorithm than its conventional counterpart. For example, thedoi:10.1145/2840811 fatcat:i4gucx63unafrmd6x5urd46d6y