A Filter-and-Fan Approach to the 2 D Lattice Model of the Protein Folding Problem

@inproceedings{Rego2006AFA,
  title={A Filter-and-Fan Approach to the 2 D Lattice Model of the Protein Folding Problem},
  author={C{\'e}sar Rego and Haitao Li and Fred Glover},
  year={2006}
}
We examine a prominent and widely-studied model of the protein folding problem, the two-dimensional (2D) HP model, by means of a filter-and-fan (F&F) solution approach. Our method is designed to generate compound moves that explore the solution space in a dynamic and adaptive fashion. Computational results for a standard set of benchmark problems show that the F&F algorithm performs more robustly and efficiently than the current leading algorithms, requiring only a single solution trial to… CONTINUE READING

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