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Experimental and theoretical analysis of hybridization
(University of Canterbury, 2006)
We develop new heuristics and an exact algorithm for calculating the amount of hybridization between two rooted binary phylogenetic trees. Calculating the minimum number of hybridization events is NP-hard, but essential ...
A cluster reduction for computing the subtree distance between phylogenies
(University of Canterbury, 2008)
Calculating the rooted subtree prune and regraft (rSPR) distance between two rooted binary phylogenetic trees is a frequently applied process in various areas of molecular evolution. However, computing this distance is ...