RNA secondary structure prediction using AlphaZ
Optimizing complex algorithms using conventional programming languages can be a difficult task. The performance aspect of such implementations relies on the programmer and the target architectures. Minor alterations to the algorithm can result in a considerable amount of reprogramming effort. In our work, we experiment with equational programming using the AlphaZ tool. We illustrate our work using a fairly complex algorithm for RNA secondary structure prediction. The algorithm is extracted from the UNAFold software package, a huge C library, by identifying the time consuming parts. It is then ...
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