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    • Efficient haplotype block recognition of very long and dense genetic sequences 

      Taliun, D; Gamper, J; Pattaro, C (2014)
      Conclusions: The MIG(++) enables to perform LD-based haplotype block recognition on genetic sequences of any length and density. In the new generation sequencing era, this can help identify haplotypes that carry rare ...
    • Fast Sampling-Based Whole-Genome Haplotype Block Recognition 

      Taliun, D; Gamper, J; Leser, U; Pattaro, C (2016)
      Scaling linkage disequilibrium (LD) based haplotype block recognition to the entire human genome has always been a challenge. The best-known algorithm has quadratic runtime complexity and, even when sophisticated search ...
    • The pq-gram distance between ordered labeled trees 

      Augsten, J; Böhlen, MH; Gamper, J (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2010)
      When integrating data from autonomous sources, exact matches of data items that represent the same real-world object often fail due to a lack of common keys. Yet in many cases structural information is available and can ...