By Joel V. Earnest-DeYoung, Emmanuelle Lerat, Bernard M. E. Moret (auth.), Inge Jonassen, Junhyong Kim (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the 4th overseas Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2004, held in Bergen, Norway, in September 2004.
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4 Conclusion First we showed a lack of likelihood in minimal reversal scenarios because they break Common Intervals. So we presented the problem of ﬁnding a minimal reversal scenario that doesn’t disrupt Common Intervals in order to improve the likelihood of reversal scenarios. Finally we showed that this problem is NPcomplete and we proposed an exact algorithm to solve it. Sorting by Reversals with Common Intervals 37 References 1. Y. F. Lefebvre, E. Tillier, and N. El-Mabrouk. Exploring the set of all minimal sequences of reversals - an application to test the replication-directed reversal hypothesis.
We then have π a partially signed permutation. Each signed element of π is replaced by a non neutral unsigned Common Interval. If πj is positively signed then we replace it by the positive unsigned Common Interval πj (πj + 1) (πj + 2) . Or else it is negatively signed and we replace it by the unsigned Common Interval (πj + 2) (πj + 1) πj . The main idea of the algorithm from  to sort unsigned permutations is to test all their diﬀerent spins. Strips of size 3 are a very particular case: πj (πj + 1) (πj + 2) is optimally signed positive and (πj + 2) (πj + 1) πj is optimally signed negative .
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