Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) is gaining interests due to the increased requirements and the decreased sequencing cost. The important and prerequisite step of most NGS applications is the mapping of short sequences, called reads, to the template reference sequences. Both the explosion of NGS data with over billions of reads generated each day and the data intensive computations pose great challenges...
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