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“In God We Trust; All Others, Bring Data”

  • Michel Eduardo Beleza Yamagishi
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Abstract

No matter how elegant and beautiful a mathematical model is, it must be confronted with nature’s sovereign behavior in order for its true worth to be assessed. In this chapter, we use all publicly available genome reference sequences to evaluate the new parity rules.

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  • Michel Eduardo Beleza Yamagishi
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  1. 1.Laboratório de Bioinformática AplicadaEmbrapa Informática AgropecuáriaCampinasBrazil

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