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Circular genome rearrangement models: applying representation theory to evolutionary distance calculations

@article{Terauds2017CircularGR,
  title={Circular genome rearrangement models: applying representation theory to evolutionary distance calculations},
  author={Venta Terauds and Jeremy G. Sumner},
  journal={arXiv: Populations and Evolution},
  year={2017}
}
We investigate the symmetry of circular genome rearrangement models, discuss the implementation of a new representation-theoretic method of calculating evolutionary distances between circular genomes, and give the results of some initial calculations for genomes with up to 11 regions. 

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