Deriving High Quality Fully Resolved Consensus Trees

@inproceedings{Pirkwieser2008DerivingHQ,
  title={Deriving High Quality Fully Resolved Consensus Trees},
  author={Sandro Pirkwieser and Rub{\'e}n Ruiz-Torrubiano and G{\"u}nther R. Raidl},
  year={2008}
}
The consensus tree problem primarily arises in the domain of phylogenetics and seeks to find for a given collection of trees a single tree best representing it. Such a tree collection is usually obtained by biologists for a specific taxa set either via different phylogenetic inference methods or multiple applications of a nondeterministic procedure. Existing consensus methods often have the disadvantage of being very strict, limiting the resulting consensus tree in terms of its resolution and… CONTINUE READING

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