is a compression algorithm to compress DNA sequences.
Who did it?
Ph. D. student of Peking University of Beijing,
Sam Kwong, Associate Professor of City
University of HongKong, China
Ming Li, Professor of University
of Waterloo, Canada
When programed it?
programmed in the last year of old century.
What about it?
As we know,
GenCompress achieves the best compression ratios
among all the compression algorithms for genetic sequeces. Furthermore,
it can be used as a tool to approximate a distance measurement
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