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Genomic Problems Involving Copy Number Profiles: Complexity and Algorithms

2020
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Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Pattern Matching
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Recently, due to the genomic sequence analysis in several types of cancer, genomic data based on copy number profiles (CNP for short) are getting more and more popular. A CNP is a vector where each component is a non-negative integer representing the number of copies of a specific segment of interest. The motivation is that in the late stage of certain types of cancer, the genomes are progressing rapidly by segmental duplications and deletions, and hence obtaining the exact sequences becomes

doi:10.4230/lipics.cpm.2020.22
dblp:conf/cpm/LafondZZ20
fatcat:pmuym7x6tjc4ndiburgkhljtwi