Spectral concepts in genome informational analysis

06/25/2021
by   Vincenzo Bonnici, et al.
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The concept of k-spectrum for genomes is here investigated as a basic tool to analyze genomes. Related spectral notions based on k-mers are introduced with some related mathematical properties which are relevant for informational analysis of genomes. Procedures to generate spectral segmentations of genomes are provided and are tested (under several values of length k for k-mers) on cases of real genomes, such as some human chromosomes and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

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