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In the past several years, the problem of genome assembly has received considerable attention from both biologists and computer scientists. An important component of current assembly methods is the scaffolding process. This process involves building ordered and oriented linear collections of contigs (continuous overlapping sequence reads) called scaffolds and relies on the use of mate pair data. A mate pair is a set of two reads that are sequenced from the ends of a single fragment of DNA, andarXiv:1307.0541v1 fatcat:6wfje2enhbg5fg5biliet22yrm