Did you recently face a combinatorial optimization problem? These problems come in many guises, from toy problems like the money-changing problem and solving the word game "boggle" to real world problems in text search, pattern matching, route fin... Read more
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Stefanie Schirmer is a postdoc in Bioinformatics at Université de Montréal, and an alumna of Hackerschool in New York. She studied Applied Computer Science in the Natural Sciences in Bielefeld, Germany where she developed a typechecker for the Haskell version of the compiler that is subject of this talk. In her following PhD project she developed metrics for the structure comparison of RNA molecules using the dynamic programming framework on forests which represent the molecule structure. Together with Ha