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The evolutionary histories of viral genomes have received significant recent attention due to their importance in understanding virulence and the corresponding ramifications to public health. We present a novel framework to detect reassortment events in influenza based on the comparison of two distributions of phylogenetic trees, rather than a pair of, possibly unreliable, consensus trees. We show how to detect all high-probability inconsistencies between two distributions of trees bydoi:10.1109/bibm.2008.78 dblp:conf/bibm/NagarajanK08 fatcat:5wivvyq4irfjppadt3phtmtz6q