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Jacob, Arpith, "Parallelization of dynamic programming recurrences in computational biology" (2010). All Theses and Dissertations (ETDs). 169. The rapid growth of biosequence databases over the last decade has led to a performance bottleneck in the applications analyzing them. In particular, over the last five years DNA sequencing capacity of next-generation sequencers has been doubling every six months as costs have plummeted. The data produced by these sequencers is overwhelming traditionaldoi:10.7936/k7fq9tnc fatcat:ua25ktlbuffgxnihr3iyir7cmq