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Establishing a distance between genomes is a significant problem in computational genomics, because its solution can be used to establish evolutionary relationships including phylogeny. The "double cut and join" (DCJ) model of chromosomal rearrangement proposed by Yancopoulos et al.  has received attention as it can model inversions, translocations, fusion and fission on a multichromosomal genome that may contain both linear and circular chromosomes. In this paper, we realize the DCJdoi:10.1007/s00285-014-0852-1 pmid:25502846 fatcat:jpwbv7ac5fbepoe4fwg36jlaai