By Concettina Guerra, Sorin Istrail
The revised lectures awarded during this quantity are in accordance with a direction given by way of best students on the C.I.M.E. summer season institution held in Martina Franca, Italy, in July 2000. The eleven revised chapters offered have been conscientiously revised and cross-reviewed with the intention to supply powerfuble insurance of mathematical tools for protein constitution research and layout. the themes addressed pinpoint significant concerns bobbing up within the improvement and research of types, algorithms, and software program instruments dedicated to the constitution of proteins, all of which play an important roles in structural genomics and proteomics.
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Consequently, dynamic programming is deeply rooted in computational molecular biology and there have been signiﬁcant attempts to tackle the three-dimensional structural matching task using this technique . In order to apply the dynamic programming method, one has to exploit the order of the amino acid residues on the polypeptide chain. Thus, as was mentioned in section 2, from a purely geometric viewpoint the problem tackled is not that of 3D point set set partial matching, but of 3D curve partial matching.
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