The following papers have been accepted for the third special issue in the
Computational Biology series of Discrete Applied Mathematics:
R. Agarwala, L. G. Biesecker, and A. A. Schaffer
Inverse inbreeding coefficient problems with an application to linkage analysis
of recessive deseases in inbred populations
T. Akutsu
Dynamic programming algorithm for RNA secondary structure prediction with pseudoknots
R.Arratia, B. Bollobas, D. Coppersmith, G. B. Sorkin
Euler circuits and DNA sequencing by hybridization
B. Berger, J. King, R. Schwartz, and P. W. Shor
Local rule mechanism for selecting icosahedral shell geometry
R. Bundschuh and T. Hwa
An analytic study of the phase transition line in local sequence alignment with gaps
J.D. Kececioglu, H.P. Lenhof, K. Melhorn, P. Mutzel, K. Reinert, M.Vingron,
A polyhedral approach to sequence alignment problems
B. Mumey
Probe location in the presence of errors: a problem from DNA mapping
L. Parida and B. Mishra.
Partitioning single molecule maps into multiple populations: algorithms
and probabilistic analysis
M. S. Pereira, L. Andrade, S. E. Difrawy, B. L. Karger, and E. S. Manolakos
Statistical learning formulation of the DNA base-calling problem and its solution
in a Bayesian EM framework
M. Regnier
A unified approach to word occurrence probabilities
L. Wang, B. Ma, and M. Li
Fixed topology alignment with recombination