what you/we really
want is an implementation
of the below - an optimal way to approximately match
regular expressions. why this rather than the others above?
1: Bull Math Biol. 1989;51(1):5-37.
Approximate matching of regular expressions.
Myers EW, Miller W.
none of the above are able to compare "edit distances"
*for regular expressions* in the way the Text::Levenshtein
etc allow the comparison of these edit distances for strings. instead, they quite effectively hardwire a greater
degree of flexibility into the patterns that can be recognized. but to do this properly, you need to 'penalize' insertions/deletions in your regexp in the same way you do for sequences. the above paper outlines a way of doing this.
as for implementation - I don't know.
is there something around the BioPerl guys might know of?
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