Gilles Georges

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This paper presents a parallel architecture for computing genomic sequence alignments using seed-based algorithms. Originality comes from the simultaneous use of FPGA components and FLASH memories. The FPGA technology brings the computer power while the FLASH memory provides high memory bandwidth able to feed a large array of specific operators. A 64 GBytes(More)
With a sharp increase of available DNA and protein sequence data, new precise and fast similarity search methods are needed for largescale genome and proteome comparisons. Modern seed-based techniques of similarity search (spaced seeds, multiple seeds, subset seeds) provide a better sensitivity/specificity ratio. We present an implementation of such a(More)
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