Fast Label Extraction in the CDAWG

  title={Fast Label Extraction in the CDAWG},
  author={Djamal Belazzougui and Fabio Cunial},
The compact directed acyclic word graph (CDAWG) of a string $T$ of length $n$ takes space proportional just to the number $e$ of right extensions of the maximal repeats of $T$, and it is thus an appealing index for highly repetitive datasets, like collections of genomes from similar species, in which $e$ grows significantly more slowly than $n$. We reduce from $O(m\log{\log{n}})$ to $O(m)$ the time needed to count the number of occurrences of a pattern of length $m$, using an existing data… 

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