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- Robert M. Corless, Gaston H. Gonnet, D. E. G. Hare, David J. Jeffrey, Donald E. Knuth
- Adv. Comput. Math.
- 1996

The Lambert W function is de ned to be the multivalued inverse of the function w we It has many applications in pure and applied mathematics some of which are brie y described here We present a new discussion of the complex branches of W an asymptotic expansion valid for all branches an e cient numerical procedure for evaluating the function to arbitrary… (More)

- Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates, Gaston H. Gonnet
- Commun. ACM
- 1989

We introduce a family of simple and fast algorithms for solving the classical string matching problem, string matching with don't care symbols and complement symbols, and multiple patterns. In addition we solve the same problems allowing up to <italic>k</italic> mismatches. Among the features of these algorithms are that they are real time algorithms, they… (More)

- Gaston H. Gonnet, Michael A. Cohen, Steven A. Benner
- Science
- 1992

The entire protein sequence database has been exhaustively matched. Definitive mutation matrices and models for scoring gaps were obtained from the matching and used to organize the sequence database as sets of evolutionarily connected components. The methods developed are general and can be used to manage sequence data generated by major genome sequencing… (More)

- Gaston H. Gonnet, Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates, Tim Snider
- Information Retrieval: Data Structures…
- 1992

- Gaston H. Gonnet
- J. ACM
- 1981

An investigation ts made o f the expected value o f the m a x i m u m number of accesses needed to locate any element m a hashing file under various colhston resoluuon schemes This differs from usual worst-case considerations winch, for hashmg, would be the largest sequence o f accesses for the worst possible file Asymptotic expressxons of these expected… (More)

- Steven A. Benner, Michael A. Cohen, Gaston H. Gonnet
- Protein engineering
- 1994

In aligning homologous protein sequences, it is generally assumed that amino acid substitutions subsequent in time occur independently of amino acid substitutions previous in time, i.e. that patterns of mutation are similar at low and high sequence divergence. This assumption is examined here and shown to be incorrect in an interesting way. Separate… (More)

- Gaston H. Gonnet, Michael T. Hallett, Chantal Korostensky, Laurent Bernardin
- Bioinformatics
- 2000

MOTIVATION
We announce the availability of the second release of Darwin v. 2.0, an interpreted computer language especially tailored to researchers in the biosciences. The system is a general tool applicable to a wide range of problems.
RESULTS
This second release improves Darwin version 1.6 in several ways: it now contains (1) a larger set of libraries… (More)

- Adrian M. Altenhoff, Adrian Schneider, Gaston H. Gonnet, Christophe Dessimoz
- Nucleic Acids Research
- 2011

OMA (Orthologous MAtrix) is a database that identifies orthologs among publicly available, complete genomes. Initiated in 2004, the project is at its 11th release. It now includes 1000 genomes, making it one of the largest resources of its kind. Here, we describe recent developments in terms of species covered; the algorithmic pipeline--in particular… (More)

- Alexander C. J. Roth, Gaston H. Gonnet, Christophe Dessimoz
- BMC Bioinformatics
- 2008

Since the publication of our article (Roth, Gonnet, and Dessimoz: BMC Bioinformatics 2008 9: 518), we have noticed several errors, which we correct in the following.