Olivier Boes

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Given two phylogenetic trees on the same set of taxa <inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$X$ </tex-math><alternatives><inline-graphic href="kelk-ieq1-2543727.gif"/></alternatives></inline-formula>, the maximum parsimony distance <inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$d_\mathrm{MP}$</tex-math> <alternatives><inline-graphic(More)
The hybridization number problem requires us to embed a set of binary rooted phylogenetic trees into a binary rooted phylogenetic network such that the number of nodes with indegree two is minimized. However, from a biological point of view accurately inferring the root location in a phylogenetic tree is notoriously difficult and poor root placement can(More)
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