Publications related to 'labeling' : Articles tagged with labeling solves problems where a phylogenetic network is given as an input, as well as labels for the leaves, and the aim is to find the labels of the internal nodes of the network.

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Stephen J. Willson. Reconstruction of certain phylogenetic networks from the genomes at their leaves. In JTB, Vol. 252(2):185376, 2008. Keywords: labeling, polynomial. Note: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~swillson/ReconstructNormalHomopap6.pdf.
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"A network N is a rooted acyclic digraph. A baseset X for N is a subset of vertices including the root (or outgroup), all leaves, and all vertices of outdegree 1. A simple model of evolution is considered in which all characters are binary and in which backmutations occur only at hybrid vertices. It is assumed that the genome is known for each member of the baseset X. If the network is known and is assumed to be "normal," then it is proved that the genome of every vertex is uniquely determined and can be explicitly reconstructed. Under additional hypotheses involving timeconsistency and separation of the hybrid vertices, the network itself can also be reconstructed from the genomes of all members of X. An explicit polynomialtime procedure is described for performing the reconstruction. © 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved."






Cam Thach Nguyen,
Nguyen Bao Nguyen,
WingKin Sung and
Louxin Zhang. Reconstructing Recombination Network from Sequence Data: The Small Parsimony Problem. In TCBB, Vol. 4(3):394402, 2007. Keywords: explicit network, from sequences, labeling, NP complete, parsimony, phylogenetic network, phylogeny. Note: http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/ncthach/Papers/TCBB2007.pdf.







