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Regular Networks Can be Uniquely Constructed from Their Trees
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology & Bioinformatics
A rooted acyclic digraph N with labelled leaves displays a tree T when there exists a way to select a unique parent of each hybrid vertex resulting in the tree T . Let T r(N ) denote the set of all trees displayed by the network N . In general, there may be many other networks M such that T r(M ) = T r(N ). A network is regular if it is isomorphic with its cover digraph. If N is regular and D is a collection of trees displayed by N , this paper studies some procedures to try to reconstruct Ndoi:10.1109/tcbb.2010.69 pmid:20714025 fatcat:3hozjhw2ena4lgmionsmktiutm