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COMP 532 - Computational Bioinformatics


Units: 3
Three hours of lecture in the lab per week
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Computer Science or Mathematics Graduate Program and Consent of Instructor
Contemporary computational models used in molecular biology and structures simulations will be introduced. Topics include dynamic programming, statistical/ information techniques for pattern recognition, algorithms for string alignments, structural superposition algorithms, computing with differential information, 3D motifs, Hidden Markov Models, phylogenetic trees, genetic algorithms.



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