Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Warren, Andrew Scott Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-11162007-153602 Title Towards a Genome Reverse Compiler Degree Master of Science Department Computer Science Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Setubal, Joao Carlos Committee Chair Heath, Lenwood S. Committee Member Tyler, Brett M. Committee Member Keywords
- gene function
- genome annotation
- gene finding
Date of Defense 2007-11-05 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe Genome Reverse Compiler (GRC) is an annotation tool for prokaryotic genomes. Its
name and philosophy are based on analogy with a high-level programming language compiler.
In this analogy, the genome is a program in a certain low-level language that humans cannot
understand. Given the sequence of any prokaryotic genome, GRC produces its corresponding
"high-level program"--its annotation. GRC works in a completely automatic manner, using
standard input and output formats. The goal is to provide an open-source, easy-to-run, very
efficient annotation program.
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