A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance

Bergeron A, Mixtacki J, Stoye J (2009)
Theoretical Computer Science 410(51): 5300-5316.

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Bergeron A, Mixtacki J, Stoye J. A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance. Theoretical Computer Science. 2009;410(51):5300-5316.
Bergeron, A., Mixtacki, J., & Stoye, J. (2009). A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance. Theoretical Computer Science, 410(51), 5300-5316. doi:10.1016/j.tcs.2009.09.008
Bergeron, A., Mixtacki, J., and Stoye, J. (2009). A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance. Theoretical Computer Science 410, 5300-5316.
Bergeron, A., Mixtacki, J., & Stoye, J., 2009. A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance. Theoretical Computer Science, 410(51), p 5300-5316.
A. Bergeron, J. Mixtacki, and J. Stoye, “A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance”, Theoretical Computer Science, vol. 410, 2009, pp. 5300-5316.
Bergeron, A., Mixtacki, J., Stoye, J.: A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance. Theoretical Computer Science. 410, 5300-5316 (2009).
Bergeron, Anne, Mixtacki, Julia, and Stoye, Jens. “A New Linear Time Algorithm to Compute the Genomic Distance via the Double Cut and Join Distance”. Theoretical Computer Science 410.51 (2009): 5300-5316.
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