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Computing Longest Common Subsequence for Multiple Sequence

Publication Date - 2015-12-10 00:00:00

Publication Title : Computing Longest Common Subsequence for Multiple Sequence

Publicationed By : Chinmay Bepery

Publication Publication Date : 2015-12-10 00:00:00

Publication Online Link : https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/7391933

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The longest common subsequence problem is a   classical string problem that aims at computing a common   subsequence having the highest possible length from a given set   of strings. This problem is one of the most studied computational   problems in bioinformatics and computational biology. The   problem is NP-hard for more than two input strings and the   existing exact solutions are impractical for large input size. In   this paper, we propose a new nondeterministic algorithm based   on stochastic and dynamic programming method. In our   algorithm, we have employed a heuristic that is inspired by the   pheromone update strategy of the ant colony system. We have   also integrated a local search technique in our algorithm to   improve our results. The proposed algorithm is compared with   the state-of-the-art algorithms over several standard benchmarks   including simulated and real biological sequences. Experimental   results show that the proposed algorithm can provide high   quality solutions within a reasonable amount of time.



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