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### Mathematical modeling of multi-site reaction-diffusion

(I asked a similar question on Mathematics SE, but based on the Help section it might be better suited for this site, as it is focused on research-level mathematical modeling.) I am wondering if ...
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### Matching two sequences between each other

Given the sequence of symbols $A$ (contains ~10,000 symbols) and sequence of blocks $B$ (contains ~3,000 blocks, ~30 symbols inside each block) I need to exclude some blocks from sequence $B$ so that ...
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### Human brains considered as directed graphs

I assume that human brains can be considered as directed graphs with neurons as nodes and synapses as edges. I explicitly don't want to consider the weights, the dynamics of neural activity (based on ...
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### Neighbourhood of a word and Levenshtein distance

The Levenshtein distance or Edit distance $$lev(U,V)$$ between two strings $U$ and $V$ over a finite alphabet $\Sigma$ of size $\left| \Sigma \right| = \sigma ,$ is the minimal number of insertions,...
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### Industry jobs involving mathematics, machine learning and biology [closed]

I have a MSc in Mathematics and a PhD in Bioinformatics (in two different European countries); during the PhD I was developing computational methods to analyse DNA sequence data, mainly using a ...
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### Generating spatially-aware degree-preserving random graphs?

In the study of biological neural networks, researchers sometimes compare hypotheses vs. a degree-preserving random null model. One major criticism against this approach is that connections in neural ...
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### Maximal difference between k randomly drawn numbers from 1 to n – Looking for formula to sequence

Hello! I have an interesting problem that seemed simple to me, but I'm unable to solve it on my own. Suppose I am drawing k numbers out of n numbers labeled from 1 to n. Considering all $\binom{n}{k}$...
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### Cover a line segment randomly with smaller line segments

Covering a circle randomly with arcs has been well studied in the past (Geometric Probability - Solomon). But the problem when the circle is changed to a line segment doesn't seem to have been ...