The Context Sensitivity Problem in Biological Sequence Segmentation

@inproceedings{Cheong2009TheCS,
  title={The Context Sensitivity Problem in Biological Sequence Segmentation},
  author={Siew-Ann Cheong and Paul Stodghill and David J. Schneider and Samuel W. Cartinhour and Christopher R. Myers},
  year={2009}
}
In this paper, we describe the context sensitivity problem e ncountered in partitioning a heterogeneous biological sequence into statistically homogeneous segme nts. After showing signatures of the problem in the bacterial genomes of Escherichia coliK-12 MG1655 andPseudomonas syringae DC3000, when these are segmented using two entropic segmentation scheme s, we clarify the contextual origins of these signatures through mean-field analyses of the segmentation schemes. Finally, we explain why we… CONTINUE READING

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