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Quartets and Unrooted phylogenetic Networks
Phylogenetic networks were introduced to describe evolution in the presence of exchanges of genetic material between coexisting species or individuals. Split networks in particular were introduced asExpand
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Computing galled networks from real data
Motivation: Developing methods for computing phylogenetic networks from biological data is an important problem posed by molecular evolution and much work is currently being undertaken in this area.Expand
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Visualising a Text with a Tree Cloud
Tag clouds have gained popularity over the internet to provide a quick overview of the content of a website or a text. We introduce a new visualisation which displays more information: the treeExpand
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The Structure of Level-k Phylogenetic Networks
Evolution is usually described as a phylogenetic tree, but due to some exchange of genetic material, it can be represented as a phylogenetic network which has an underlying tree structure. The notionExpand
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Rearrangement moves on rooted phylogenetic networks
Phylogenetic tree reconstruction is usually done by local search heuristics that explore the space of the possible tree topologies via simple rearrangements of their structure. Tree rearrangementExpand
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On encodings of phylogenetic networks of bounded level
Phylogenetic networks have now joined phylogenetic trees in the center of phylogenetics research. Like phylogenetic trees, such networks canonically induce collections of phylogenetic trees,Expand
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On Restrictions of Balanced 2-Interval Graphs
The class of 2-interval graphs has been introduced for modelling scheduling and allocation problems, and more recently for specific bioinformatics problems. Some of those applications implyExpand
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Uprooted Phylogenetic Networks
The need for structures capable of accommodating complex evolutionary signals such as those found in, for example, wheat has fueled research into phylogenetic networks. Such structures generalize theExpand
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Clust&See: A Cytoscape plugin for the identification, visualization and manipulation of network clusters
BACKGROUND AND SCOPE Large networks, such as protein interaction networks, are extremely difficult to analyze as a whole. We developed Clust&See, a Cytoscape plugin dedicated to the identification,Expand
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Locating a Tree in a Phylogenetic Network in Quadratic Time
A fundamental problem in the study of phylogenetic networks is to determine whether or not a given phylogenetic network contains a given phylogenetic tree. We develop a quadratic-time algorithm forExpand
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