By Murad Banaji (auth.), Katsuhisa Horimoto, Masahiko Nakatsui, Nikolaj Popov (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th overseas convention on Algebraic Biology, ANB 2010, held on the citadel of Hagenberg, Austria in July/August 2010. The convention is a keep on with up of the AB convention. the ten papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on mathematical modeling, method research and layout, genomics, molecular constitution research, automata conception, synthetic intelligence, series research, computerized reasoning, formal language and hybrid symbolic numerical methods.

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On the one hand, our main purpose is to make the abstract model plausible as a theoretical framework in which the possibilities and limitations of DNA computing as a database model; on the other hand, we use only rather standard biotechnological techniques. Each component of an abstract complex is represented by a large surplus of duplicate copies in DNA. Each positive alphabet symbol from Σ is implemented by a strand of (single-stranded) DNA, such that the resulting set of DNA strands forms a set of DNA codewords [8,21,24].

One possible solution to the haplotype inference problem is g1 = 001 ⊕ 100, g2 = 010 ⊕ 111 and g3 = 101 ⊕ 010. However, this solution implies that one recombination has occurred, because the child has not inherited an integral haplotype from his father, but a mixture of his paternal grandparents haplotypes. A different solution to this example admits no recombination and, therefore, is a MRHC solution: g1 = 000 ⊕ 101, g2 = 010 ⊕ 111 and g3 = 000 ⊕ 111. In general, there can be a significant number of MRHC solutions to the same problem.

Note that, in general, in the haplotype inference problem, if a genotype g is explained by haplotype pair (ha , hb ), then g is also explained by haplotype pair (hb , ha ). Within pedigrees, this symmetry on pairs of haplotypes does not exist for every individual. For nonfounders, symmetry is already broken by imposing that the first haplotype comes from the father and the second haplotype comes from the mother. Nonetheless, the symmetry can be broken on founders. e. gi j = 2 ∧ (∀{k: k

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