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Similarly, for all P r [ C E l aijXi 5 (1 - X)z*] j , P r [ C E l ( l - aij)Xi 5 (1 - X)z*] I e - - x 2 z * / 2 . By the naive union bound, Pr[Z 5 (1 - ~ ) z * 5] 2ne-X2z*/2. Likewise, E x p [ C Z 1 X ~ ] = 5 s. Thus, by the Chernoff bound, P r [ C z l X i 2 (1+ E ) S ] I e--t2s/4, where 0 < E I2e - 1. Letting L = Czl Xi - s, we have Pr[L 2 I e ~ ~where ~ 0/ < ~S 5, (2e - 1)&. Since 2 2 2 - L, and using the above estimates, we get Pr[Z I (1 - X)z* - S&] 5 P r [ z 5 (1 - ~ ) z * ] Pr[L 2 6 4 1 5 2ne-X2z"/2 e-S2/4.
We show that this method works well for the more general Problem 1 as well. Recall that the signal (”subtle motifs”) is embedded in t random sequences. , an 1-mer without wild cards or dont-care characters), it is not necessarily contained in any of the t sequences. However, if we can obtain a correct alignment of the m sequences, then it is relatively easy to extract the consensus motif satisfying the (1, d ) constraint. In other words, one of the difficulties of the problem is that the sequences are unaligned.
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