Consensus genetic maps as median orders from inconsistent sources.

@article{Jackson2008ConsensusGM,
  title={Consensus genetic maps as median orders from inconsistent sources.},
  author={Benjamin N. Jackson and Patrick S. Schnable and Srinivas Aluru},
  journal={IEEE/ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics},
  year={2008},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={
          161-71
        }
}
A genetic map is an ordering of geneticmarkers calculated from a population of known lineage.While traditionally a map has been generated from a singlepopulation for each species, recently researchers have createdmaps from multiple populations. In the face of thesenew data, we address the need to find a consensus map — a map that combines the information from multiple partialand possibly inconsistent input maps. We model eachinput map as a partial order and formulate the consensusproblem as… CONTINUE READING

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