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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Bioinformatics applications represent the increasingly important workloads. Their characteristics and implications on the underlying hardware design, however, are largely unknown. Currently, biological data processing ubiquitously relies on the high-end systems equipped with expensive, generalpurpose processors. The future generation of bioinformatics requires the more flexible and cost-effective computing platforms to meet its rapidly growing market. The programmable, application-specificdoi:10.1007/11599555_5 fatcat:q6btwnsyabbsdivngrglhmnihu