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The CGRB Colloquium will replace the mathematical Biology seminar.
Genetic sequences are analyzed using a dynamic programming method called local alignment and the powerful widely used heuristic BLAST. However the volume of Next
Generation Sequence data has inspired a new approach for sequence comparison using word counts which avoids sequence alignment. Much of the attention has been given to the
statistical analysis of the simple statistics which have some surprising properties.
We will discuss the connection between the Kolmogorov-type dissipation law (linking the energy dissipation rate with the characteristic velocity and length scale) and the formation of energy cascades in the physical scales of the 3D Navier-Stokes equations and explore the role of the driving force in setting up the restrictive scaling which leads to the above-mentioned dissipation law.
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2015 CGRB Spring Conference/Colloquium
Monday, April 6, 2015 - full day event
CH2M HILL Alumni Center
Oregon State University
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Department of Mathematics
Department of Statistics