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New quartet methods in phylogenetic combinatiorics

Jan Weyer-Menkhoff

New quartet methods in phylogenetic combinatiorics

by Jan Weyer-Menkhoff

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Published by Universität Bielefeld in [Bielefeld .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Combinatorial designs and configurations,
  • Cladistic analysis -- Mathematics,
  • Biodiversity -- Mathematical models,
  • Variation (Biology) -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Statementvorgelegt von Jan Weyer-Menkhoff..
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA166.25 .W49 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination152 p. :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16210718M
    LC Control Number2005421164

    In this paper, we apply new geometric and combinatorial methods to the study of phylogenetic mixtures. The focus of the geometric approach is to describe the geometry of phylogenetic mixture distributions for the two state random cluster model, which is a generalization of the two state symmetric (CFN) model. In particular, we show that the set of mixture distributions forms a convex polytope. Quartet trees displayed by larger phylogenetic trees have long been used as inputs for species tree and supertree reconstruction. Computational constraints prevent the use of all displayed quartets in many practical problems due to the number of taxa. We introduce the notion of an Efficient Quartet System (EQS) to represent a phylogenetic tree with a subset of the quartets displayed by the tree.

    maximum likelihood phylogenetic analysis using quartets and parallel com-puting. Bioinformatics, pages –, [10] Jan Weyer-Menkhoff. New quartet methods in phylogenetic combinatorics. Ph.D. thesis, Universit¨at Bielefeld, 6. Abstract In this paper, we apply new geometric and combinatorial methods to the study of phylogenetic mixtures. The focus of the geometric approach is to describe the geometry of phylogenetic mixture distributions for the two state random cluster model, which is a generalization of the two state symmetric (CFN) model. In particular, we show that.

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New quartet methods in phylogenetic combinatiorics by Jan Weyer-Menkhoff Download PDF EPUB FB2

One such method is the “quartet-net” method, or “QNet,” for short (Grünewald et al. This algorithm takes a set Q of weighted quartet topologies on X as input and, using a modification of Neighbor-Net, produces a set of weighted splits S on X that is circular, and thus can be represented by an outer-planar split by: Based on a natural conceptual framework, the book focuses on the interrelationship between the principal options for encoding phylogenetic trees: split systems, quartet systems and metrics.

Such encodings provide useful options for analyzing and manipulating phylogenetic trees and networks, and are at the basis of much of phylogenetic data Cited by:   The theory described in this book has been the basis for numerous methods and algorithms that can be used by biologists.

A good example is given at the very end of the book, where the QNet method is described. This method can be used to construct a phylogenetic “split network” from a collection of quartet by: 4.

Xin L., Ma B., Zhang K. () A New Quartet Approach for Reconstructing Phylogenetic Trees: Quartet Joining Method. In: Lin G. (eds) Computing and Combinatorics. COCOON Cited by: 7. Our method builds off of the combinatorial structures developed in A new quartet method is described for building phylogenetic trees, making use of a numerical measure of local inconsistency.

Such encodings provide useful options for analyzing and manipulating phylogenetic trees and networks, and are at the basis of much of phylogenetic data processing.

This book highlights how each one provides a unique perspective for viewing and perceiving the combinatorial structure of a phylogenetic tree and is, simultaneously, a rich source. Ranwez V, Gascuel O. Improvement of distance-based phylogenetic methods by a local maximum likelihood approach using triplets.

Mol Biol Evol. ; 19 (11)– Saitou N, Nei M. The neighbor-joining method: a new method for reconstructing phylogenetic trees. Mol. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In this paper we apply new geometric and combinatorial methods to the study of phylogenetic mixtures.

The focus of the geometric approach is to describe the geometry of phylogenetic mixture distributions for the two state random cluster model, which is a generalization of the two state symmetric (CFN) model.

Saitou N, Nei M () The Neighbor-joining method: a new method for reconstructing phylogenetic trees. Mol Bio Evol 4(4)– Google Scholar Strimmer K, Goldman N, Von Haeseler A () Quartet puzzling:a quartet maximum-likelihood method for reconstructing tree topologies.

We review the combinatorial optimization problems in calculating edit distances between genomes and phylogenetic inference based on minimizing gene order changes. With a view to avoiding the computational cost and the "long branches attract" artifact of some tree-building methods, we explore the probabilization of genome rearrangement models.

We present the results of a large-scale experimental study of quartet-based methods (quartet cleaning and puzzling) for phylogeny reconstruction. Our experiments include a broad range of problem sizes and evolutionary rates, and were carefully designed to yield statistically robust results despite the size of the sample space.

Abstract: We describe a method that will reconstruct an unrooted binary phylogenetic level-1 network on n taxa from the set of all quartets containing a certain fixed taxon, in O(n^3) time. We also present a more general method which can handle more diverse quartet data, but which takes O(n^6) time.

Both methods proceed by solving a certain system of linear equations over GF(2). An extensive simulation study reveals that sets of quartet topologies inferred by three popular methods (Neighbor Joining 15], Ordinal Quartet 14] and Maximum Parsimony 10]) almost always contain.

Developing methods to reconstruct phylogenetic networks. Combinatorics and graph theory. Applications of phylogenetic methods within and outside phylogenetics.

The main research area of the group is phylogenetics. We develop methods to reconstruct phylogenetic trees or networks, with an emphasis on displaying ambiguity in the data and.

We consider the problem of inferring the evolutionary tree of a set of n species. We propose a quartet reconstruction method which specifically produc.

Based on a natural conceptual framework, the book focuses on the interrelationship between the principal options for encoding phylogenetic trees: split systems, quartet systems and metrics.

Such encodings provide useful options for analyzing and manipulating phylogenetic trees and networks, and are at the basis of much of phylogenetic data. in biology, and methods that analyze these data are often based on mathematical ideas.

Indeed, in recent years mathematics has become increasingly valuable for biology. The book Basic Phylogenetic Combinatorics, however, clearly shows that the converse is also the case. Evolutionary biology has inspired an exciting new. Basic Phylogenetic Combinatorics by Andreas Dress,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

In this paper, we present Short Quartet Puzzling, a new quartet-based phylogeny reconstruction algorithm, and we demonstrate the improved topological accuracy of the new method over maximum parsimony and neighbor joining, disproving the conjecture of Ranwez and Gascuel.

We also show a dramatic improvement over Quartet Puzzling. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We present fast new algorithms for phylogenetic reconstruction from distance data or weighted quartets.

The methods are conservative-they will only return edges that are well supported by the input data. This approach is not only philosophically attractive; the conservative tree estimate can be used as a basis for.

Indeed, based upon this philosophy, various methods have been concocted for constructing phylogenetic trees from quartets, including Tree-Puzzle (Strimmer and von Haeseler ), Addquart (Berry and Gascuel ), quartet cleaning (Berry et al.

), a dynamic programing approach (Ben-Dor et al. ), and a linear programming method (Weyer. Seed-Based Exclusion Method for Non-coding RNA Gene Search.- A New Quartet Approach for Reconstructing Phylogenetic Trees: Quartet Joining Method.- Integer Programming Formulations and Computations Solving Phylogenetic and Population Genetic Problems with Missing or Genotypic Data.- Improved Exact Algorithms for Counting 3- and 4-Colorings() Relative character-state space, amount of potential phylogenetic information, and heterogeneity of nucleotide and amino acid characters.

Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution() Dual-bounded generating problems: weighted transversals of a hypergraph.