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Ray, a de novo assembler using MPI 2.2

Ray -- Parallel genome assemblies for parallel DNA sequencing

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de novo genome assembly is now a challenge because of the overwhelming amount of data produced by sequencers. Ray assembles reads obtained with new sequencing technologies (Illumina, 454, SOLiD) using MPI 2.2 -- a message passing inferface standard.

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  • MPI 2.2
  • ISO/IEC C++ 2003
  • de Bruijn
  • paralleled
  • Illumina data

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    Very nice assembler, great improvement in the memory consumption in 1.3.0 compared to 1.0.0!

    Posted 05/19/2011
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2008-12-07

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