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Metagenomic assemblers inherit all the difficulties of traditional single genome assembly, but with the additional complexity of trying to resolve assemblies of closely related species with drastically varying abundances. Assessing and comparing the quality of single genome assembly still relies on the availability of independently determined standards, such as manually curated genomic sequences. These standards are often not possible in metagenomic projects, where a large portion of thedoi:10.1109/bibm.2013.6732469 dblp:conf/bibm/HillAHKMTP13 fatcat:yueh6vu5nbcgpbro3xogyh5c7q