Subsequences

Strings with maximally many distinct subsequences andsubstrings

Strings with maximally many distinct subsequences andsubstrings Abraham Flaxman Department of Mathematical Sciences Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA, USA [email protected] AramW.

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A Linear Time Algorithm for Finding All Maximal Scoring ...

A Linear Time Algorithm for Finding All MaximalScoring Subsequences Walter L. Ruzzo and Martin Tompa Department of Computer Science and Engineering Box 352350 University of Washington Seattle, WA 98195-2350, U.S.A. ruzzo,[email protected] Abstract Given a sequence of real numbers ("scores ...

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Clustering of Time Series Subsequences is Meaningless ...

Clustering of Time Series Subsequences is Meaningless: Implications for Previous and Future Research Eamonn Keogh Jessica Lin Computer Science & Engineering Department University of California - Riverside Riverside, CA 92521 {eamonn, jessica}@cs. ucr. edu Abstract Given the recent explosion of ...

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Longest increasing subsequence

See also • Erdős-Szekeres theorem, showing that any sequence of n 2 +1 distinct integers has either an increasing or a decreasing subsequence of length n +1. • Patience sorting, another efficient technique for finding longest increasing subsequences • Plactic monoid • Anatoly Vershik, a Russian ...

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The minimum number of monotone subsequences

The minimum number of monotone subsequences Joseph Samuel Myers Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics Centre for Mathematical Sciences Wilberforce Road Cambridge CB30WB United Kingdom [email protected] cam.ac.uk Submitted: Jul 4,2002; Accepted: Nov 25,2002; Published: Dec 13 ...

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Finding Longest Increasing and Common Subsequences in ...

Finding Longest Increasing and Common Subsequences in Streaming Data David Li ben-Now ell y [email protected] Erik Ve e z [email protected] An Zh u x [email protected] November 26,2003 Abstract In this paper, we present algorithms and lower bounds for the Longest Increasing ...

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ABSP/CGM Algorithm for Finding All Maximal Contiguous ...

ABSP/CGM Algorithm for Finding All Maximal Contiguous Subsequences ofa Sequence of Numbe r s? C. E. R. Alves 1, E. N. C´aceres 2, and S. W. Song 3 1 Universidade S˜ao Judas Tadeu, S˜ao Paulo, SP, Brazil [email protected] 2 Universidade Fed. de Mato Grossodo Sul, Campo Grande, MS ...

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Faster Algorithms for Computing Longest Common Increasing ...

max planckinstitut informatik Faster Algorithms for Computing Longest Common Increasing Subsequences Gerth Stølting Brodal Irit Katriel BRICS, University of Aarhus Århus, Denmark Kanela Kaligosi Martin Kutz Max-Planck Institutfür Informatik Saarbrücken, Germany Martin Kutz: Faster Algorithms ...

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Sections8.2: Subsequences, Bounded Sequences, and

Sections8.2: Subsequences, Bounded Sequences, and Picard'sMethod Deflnition: S n is an increasing (decreasing) sequence if s n+1 ‚ (•) s n 8n. If the inequality is exact (<, or>), then we say the sequence is strictly increasing or decreasing.

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Identification of Most Frequent Subsequences

Identification of Most Frequent Subsequences CSE 549Computational Biology Project Final Report Mikhail Bautin [email protected] December 14,2006 1 Introduction In this project we approached the problem of identification of the most frequent sequence in a string.

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