Faculty mentor: Blair Sullivan
In metagenomics, scientists need to be able to identify and search for micro-organisms in a blend of genetic material. This can be done by constructing dominating sets to partition the graph into small pieces. To reduce the impact of arbitrary tie-breaking in this process, we investigate ways to find dominating sets that have low average congestion. We analyze how well two methods for doing this approximate the optimal solution.
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