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substring

[′səb‚striŋ]
(computer science)
A sequence of successive characters within a string.

substring

A subset of an alphanumeric field or variable. The substring function in a programming language is used to extract the subset; for example, the programming expression substr(prodcode,4,3) extracts characters 4, 5 and 6 out of a product code field or variable.
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It is clear that dynamically searching for the exact match of a substring is always time-consuming.
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The binary substrings corresponding to each subvariable are then mapped to give the randomly generated history of the decision variable (10 real numbers).
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A typical query consists of finding all text positions where a given substring appears in.
In case the provider is unclear about the subject area of the document, she can seek help by entering a string in the "search string" slot and use either the synonym or substring push button.
Keywords: DNA, sequence alignment, second-generation sequencing (SGS), substring matching, BWT
The distance between the two strings is defined as [summation] -x a b f (x) f (x) where f (x) a and f (x) b are the number of occurrences of the substring x in the two strings a and b, respectively.
A comparison of clauses in which the nonfinite verbal element is a participle, an infinitive, or a separable prefix shows that the substring O .
i,w] of order k, we understand a string (of length l), whose substring of length k taken from position i equals w, and all the remaining positions of the template are filled by the star symbol.