Multithreaded FPGA acceleration of DNA sequence mapping

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In bioinformatics, short read alignment is a computationally intensive operation that involves matching millions of short strings (called reads) against a reference genome. At the time of writing, a representative run requires to match tens of millions of reads of length of about 100 symbols against a genome that can consists of a few billion characters… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/HPEC.2012.6408669

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@article{Fernandez2012MultithreadedFA, title={Multithreaded FPGA acceleration of DNA sequence mapping}, author={Edward Fernandez and Walid A. Najjar and Stefano Lonardi and Jason R. Villarreal}, journal={2012 IEEE Conference on High Performance Extreme Computing}, year={2012}, pages={1-6} }