On the challenge of reconstructing level-1 phylogenetic networks from triplets and clusters

@article{Gambette2017OnTC,
  title={On the challenge of reconstructing level-1 phylogenetic networks from triplets and clusters},
  author={Philippe Gambette and Katharina T. Huber and Steven Kelk},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={74},
  pages={1729 - 1751}
}
  • Philippe Gambette, Katharina T. Huber, Steven Kelk
  • Published 2017
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Journal of Mathematical Biology
  • Phylogenetic networks have gained prominence over the years due to their ability to represent complex non-treelike evolutionary events such as recombination or hybridization. Popular combinatorial objects used to construct them are triplet systems and cluster systems, the motivation being that any network N induces a triplet system $$\mathcal R(N)$$R(N) and a softwired cluster system $$\mathcal S(N)$$S(N). Since in real-world studies it cannot be guaranteed that all triplets/softwired clusters… CONTINUE READING

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