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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In computational phylogenetics, supertree methods provide a way to reconstruct larger clades of the Tree of Life. The supertree problem can be formalized in different ways, to cope with contradictory information in the input. In particular, there exist methods based on encoding the input trees in a matrix, and methods based on finding minimum cuts in some graph. Matrix representation methods compute supertrees of superior quality, but the underlying optimization problems are computationallydoi:10.1007/978-3-642-22685-4_4 fatcat:mfn33nqqcbay5cyeuwxkwwhebi