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Weighted Shortest Common Supersequence Problem Revisited
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2019
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arXiv
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pre-print

A weighted string, also known as a position weight matrix, is a sequence of probability distributions over some alphabet. We revisit the Weighted Shortest Common Supersequence (WSCS) problem, introduced by Amir et al. [SPIRE 2011], that is, the SCS problem on weighted strings. In the WSCS problem, we are given two weighted strings W_1 and W_2 and a threshold Freq on probability, and we are asked to compute the shortest (standard) string S such that both W_1 and W_2 match subsequences of S (not

arXiv:1909.11433v1
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