16 Novembro 2016, 19:39 • Ana Maria Santos Ferreira Gorjão Henriques
Binary autoregressive geometric modelling in a DNA context
Sónia Gouveia (Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering and Centre for R&D in Mathematics and Applications, University of Aveiro, Portugal)
November 22 (Tue.), 11:00 - Room P3.10 (Math. Building, IST, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001 Lisboa)
Symbolic sequences occur in many contexts and can be characterized e.g. by integer-valued intersymbol distances or binary-valued indicator sequences. The analysis of these numerical sequences often sheds light on the properties of the original symbolic sequences. This talk introduces new statistical tools to explore the autocorrelation structure in indicator sequences and to evaluate its impact on the probability distribution of intersymbol distances. The methods are illustrated with data extracted from mitochondrial DNA sequences.
This is a joint work with Manuel Scotto (IST, Lisbon, Portugal), Christian Weiss (Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, Germany) and Paulo Ferreira (DETI, IEETA, Aveiro, Portugal).