By Mihai Pop, Hélène Touzet
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifteenth overseas Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2015, held in Atlanta, GA, united states, in September 2015. The 23 complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty six submissions. the chosen papers hide a variety of themes from networks to phylogenetic experiences, series and genome research, comparative genomics, and RNA structure.
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Importantly, our goal is to show that when we use under an existing NCF (such as MI-GRAAL’s or GHOST’s) our new WAVE AS, we get alignments of higher quality compared to when using an existing AS (such as MI-GRAAL’s or GHOST’s) on the same NCF. This would be suﬃcient to illustrate the superiority of WAVE. If in the process we also improve upon the more recent methods, such as those that use a diﬀerent NCF and especially those that do not belong to the NCF-AS category, that would further demonstrate WAVE’s superiority.
4 (a) and 5). WAVE in general works better under MI-GRAAL’s NCF than under GHOST’s NCF, as M-W is overall superior to G-W. WAVE (at least one of M-W and G-W) beats both MI-GRAAL and GHOST (all of M-M, G-M, and G-G) in 20/20=100 % of all cases (Figs. 4 (a) and 5). These results hold across all noise levels. Best Alignments. Here, we give the best-case advantage to each method by selecting its optimal α parameter value. Under MI-GRAAL’s NCF, WAVE is always superior (M-W is better than M-M), for all noise levels and alignment quality measures (Figs.