By Peter Clote
As a rule I believe the 2 earlier reviews.
This booklet is not stable as an creation. First learn another booklet resembling Setubal and Meidanis, "Introduction to Computational Molecular Biology"; or Krane & Raymer, "Fundamental suggestions of Bioinformatics". those books have extra readable narrative and examples.
The writing during this booklet is obtuse. it's written like a sophisticated summary math booklet, unlike an ostensibly utilized technological know-how ebook. The notation is unnecessarily problematic. although it says "Introduction" within the name, there are only a few instructional examples. this is often only for mathematicians/computer scientists: no biologist i've got ever recognized would/could learn this and very comprehend the algorithms.
This booklet does, even if, have one of many extra entire distinctive descriptions of varied algorithms used for series matching, and so forth. in case you have learn another books and are searhing for extra info on algorithms, then this is often your ebook. yet i am nonetheless watching for the last word Computational Biology ebook!
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