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Reticulation processes in evolution mean that the ancestral history of certain groups of present-day species is non-tree-like. These processes include hybridization, lateral gene transfer, and recombination. Despite the existence of reticulation, such events are relatively rare and so a fundamental problem for biologists is the following: given a collection of rooted binary phylogenetic trees on sets of species that correctly represent the tree-like evolution of different parts of theirdoi:10.1109/tcbb.2007.1019 pmid:17666765 fatcat:2z6ny3tyyzezxbxqajso2jly7i