Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), vol. 8799 (2014) pp. 117-128 Published by Springer International Publishing
The identification of repetitive sequences (repeats) is an essential component of genome sequence analysis, and there are dozens of algorithms that search for exact or approximate repeats. The notions of maximal and supermaximal (exact) repeats have received special attention, and it is possible to simultaneously compute them on index data structures like the suffix tree or the enhanced suffix array. Very recently, this research has been extended in two directions. Gallé and Tealdi  devised an alphabet-independent linear-time algorithm that finds all context-diverse repeats (which subsume maximal and supermaximal repeats as special cases), while Taillefer and Miller  gave a quadratic-time algorithm that simultaneously computes and classifies maximal, near-supermaximal, and supermaximal repeats. In this paper, we provide new alphabet-independent linear-time algorithms for both tasks.
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