Fractal MapReduce decomposition of sequence alignment

@inproceedings{Almeida2011FractalMD,
  title={Fractal MapReduce decomposition of sequence alignment},
  author={Jonas S. Almeida and Alexander Gr{\"u}neberg and Wolfgang Maass and Susana Vinga},
  booktitle={Algorithms for Molecular Biology},
  year={2011}
}
The dramatic fall in the cost of genomic sequencing, and the increasing convenience of distributed cloud computing resources, positions the MapReduce coding pattern as a cornerstone of scalable bioinformatics algorithm development. In some cases an algorithm will find a natural distribution via use of map functions to process vectorized components, followed by a reduce of aggregate intermediate results. However, for some data analysis procedures such as sequence analysis, a more fundamental… CONTINUE READING
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