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Partial Order Alignment for multiple sequence alignment
POA is Partial Order Alignment, a fast program for multiple sequence alignment (MSA) in bioinformatics. Its advantages are speed, scalability, sensitivity, and the superior ability to handle branching / indels in the alignment. Partial order alignment is an approach to MSA, which can be combined with existing methods such as progressive alignment. POA optimally aligns a pair of MSAs and which therefore can be applied directly to progressive alignment methods such as CLUSTAL. For large alignments, Progressive POA is 10-30 times faster than CLUSTALW.
GNOME dialogs for PolicyKit
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advanced text-mode WWW browser (transition package)
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ncurses-based pacman game
Pacman4Console is a simple pacman game for the terminal. It is played on the command-line, with ASCII character graphics. . It has nine levels by default, and you can make your own with its own level editor.
generator of random sentences from grammar definitions
PolyGen is a program for generating random sentences according to a grammar definition, that is following custom syntactical and lexical rules. . Formally, it is an interpreter of a language itself designed to define languages, where to interpret means executing a source program in real time and eventually outputting its result. . Here a source program is a grammar definition, the execution consists in the exploration of such grammar by selecting a random path and the result is the sentence built on the way. . Though PolyGen is quite a serious piece of software then, what else would be more noble for it than being used as a parody tool for linguistical habits, stereotypes and trends of this foolish era? . Principles of parody are focusing a ridiculous topic and eventually abstracting its rules and schemes (here in terms of a grammar definition) by which reproducing it through the variatio device. And randomization is perfect at this purpose thanks to its purely asemantic behaviour =:)
lockdown editor for GNOME
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