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Re^3: supertree construction in perlby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Oct 09, 2012 at 15:45 UTC||Need Help??|
Sorry, but as I said, I find the "algorithm description" in the paper you cited totally incomprehensible. It could be an alchemist's recipe or Archimedes' exclamation when stubbed his toe getting out of the bath for all the sense I can make of it. Constructed to impress rather than convey information. Further, I personally think that (much of) the literature on the subject is wrong, but I haven't reached the point of proof yet.
I did come across this description of Aho's algorithm which at a cursory glance seems to be infinitely clearer:
The following procedure is an implementation of the algorithm presented by Aho et al. (1981) with modifications for dealing with incompatibilities.
I haven't pursued it because I'd rather finish or abandon my own experiments before I get familiar with someone else's method; but maybe it will help you to bring your code together. Good luck.
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