Combinatorial aspects of genome rearrangements and haplotype networks

@inproceedings{Labarre2008CombinatorialAO,
  title={Combinatorial aspects of genome rearrangements and haplotype networks},
  author={Anthony Labarre},
  year={2008}
}
i Acknowledgements First and foremost I would like to thank my advisor Jean-Paul Doignon, without whom the present text would not lie before your eyes. Jean-Paul introduced me to the world of research and taught me a lot, from the day we started working on genome rearrangement problems, which were the subject of my Master's Thesis and which he also supervised. I would like to thank him for being a wonderful advisor and a wonderful professor (I could not possibly overemphasise his ability to… CONTINUE READING

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