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Population based change-point detection for the identification of homozygosity islands

@inproceedings{Prates2021PopulationBC,
  title={Population based change-point detection for the identification of homozygosity islands},
  author={Lucas Henrique Figueiredo Prates and Renan Barbosa Lemes and T{\'a}bita Hunemeier and Florencia G. Leonardi},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, we propose a new method for offline change-point detection on some parameters of the distribution of a random vector. We introduce a penalized maximum likelihood approach that can be efficiently computed by a dynamic programming algorithm or approximated by a fast greedy binary splitting algorithm. We prove both algorithms converge almost surely to the set of change-points under very general assumptions on the distribution and independent sampling of the random vector. In… 

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