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Physical Review E
The dynamics of coupled intermittent maps is used to model the correlated structure of genomic sequences. The use of intermittent maps, as opposed to other simple chaotic maps, is particularly suited for the production of long range correlation features which are observed in the genomic sequences of higher eucaryotes. A weighted network approach to symbolic sequences is introduced and it is shown that coupled intermittent polynomial maps produce degree and link size distributions with power lawdoi:10.1103/physreve.86.046101 pmid:23214646 fatcat:j6trijkc4rgajiaxrdkewbirdu