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CSCI 315: Bioinformatics

Students study computational problems arising from the need to store, access, transform, and utilize DNA-related data. Topics from computer science include: exhaustive search; algorithms (including dynamic programming, divide-and-conquer, graph and greedy algorithms) for fragment reassembly, sequence alignment, phylogenetic trees; combinatorial pattern matching; clustering and trees; and hidden Markov models. Offered alternate years. Counts toward neuroscience, biomolecular studies, and mathematical biology concentrations and mathematics major.
Prerequisites: CSCI 253, or one of CSCI 121 or CSCI 125, and one of BIO 125 or MATH 220, or permission of instructor.

Linguistic Studies

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Mathematical Biology

...Scientists and Mathematicians or CSCI 251 Software Design and Implementation CSCI 315 Bioinformatics MATH 230...


...toward your concentration. CSCI 253 Algorithms and Data Structures CSCI 315 Bioinformatics CSCI 333 Theory...