Pairwise alignment of the DNA sequence using hypercomplex number representation

@article{Shu2004PairwiseAO,
  title={Pairwise alignment of the DNA sequence using hypercomplex number representation},
  author={J. Shu and Li Shan Ouw},
  journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={66},
  pages={1423-1438}
}
A new set of DNA base-nucleic acid codes and their hypercomplex number representation have been introduced for taking the probability of each nucleotide into full account. A new scoring system has been proposed to suit the hypercomplex number representation of the DNA base-nucleic acid codes and incorporated with the method of dot matrix analysis and various algorithms of sequence alignment. The problem of DNA sequence alignment can be processed in a rather similar way to pairwise alignment of… Expand
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