CSC 487/687 Computing for Bioinformatics
Due Date: September
, 2005 at 11:00a
m in class
for students taking csc687
29, 2005 at 11:00a
m in class
for students taking csc487
(any programming language is ok)
to calculate the
of two DNA sequences through dynamic programming.
User can type two random DNA sequences with any length at keyboard. It is
better that your program enables user to cont
inue trying another calculation of LCS when
the previous result is already displayed on the screen except that the user chooses not to
do this again.
the length of LCS and one example subsequence of LCS.
Print out of the program
with a cover in which you need to describe the programming
language you selected, complier environment you used, and rules for compiling and
running your programs
ample runs (screen print outs)
A floppy disk
(or CD or email to email@example.com
holding two files:
and execute file (for example, if you use C++, then
If you determine to email your homework to me, please notice:
I wanna to receive a compressed file named as asg1.zip, which includes asg1.cpp and
ct of the email is shown as “CSC487 homework2
, from your full name”.
For all assignments, always use comments to explain your program.
Assignments need to be returned at the beginning of the lecture on the due date.
A late assignm
ent will receive reduce credit of 10% for each 24
(including weekends and holidays) after the due dates. A late assignment will not be
accepted after that assignment has been graded and returned to the students unless
prior arrangements have be
en made with the instructor.
Assignments will generally be graded within one week. You will be notified
Programming assignments will be compiled and executed
assignment that fails to do so will not be accepted.