On the use of locality aware distributed hash tables for homology searches over voluminous biological sequence data
Rapid advances in genomic sequencing technology have resulted in a data deluge in biology and bioinformatics. This increase in data volumes has introduced computational challenges for frequently performed sequence analytics routines such as DNA and protein homology searches; these must also preferably be done in real-time. This thesis proposes a scalable and similarity-aware distributed storage framework, Mendel, that enables retrieval of biologically significant DNA and protein alignments against a voluminous genomic sequence database. Mendel fragments the sequence data and generates an ...
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