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Table 3 Accuracy and confidence of global and local alignment at symmetrical consoles

From: Comparative analysis of the quality of a global algorithm and a local algorithm for alignment of two sequences

Evolutional distance, PAM Console length, % Global alignment Local alignment
   Accuracy, % Confidence, % Accuracy, % Confidence,%
30 0 98.98 98.86 98.19 98.57
30 10 98.90 98.62 98.23 98.20
30 20 98.77 98.38 98.11 97.95
30 50 98.50 97.88 97.91 97.45
30 100 98.47 97.82 97.91 97.36
30 200 98.40 97.61 97.65 96.93
60 0 95.88 95.42 93.19 94.37
60 10 95.89 95.25 93.61 93.91
60 20 95.24 94.38 93.29 93.20
60 50 94.59 93.22 92.92 91.99
60 100 94.65 93.05 92.84 91.46
60 200 94.35 92.77 92.57 91.21
120 0 82.47 81.47 71.76 76.71
120 10 81.13 79.79 71.34 74.16
120 20 79.30 77.59 71.16 72.64
120 50 77.95 75.77 70.51 69.77
120 100 76.70 74.11 69.48 67.78
120 200 76.32 73.34 68.69 66.79
240 0 38.86 38.31 15.14 19.30
240 10 36.80 35.90 15.50 18.12
240 20 33.06 32.05 14.22 15.71
240 50 30.71 29.46 14.22 14.49
240 100 27.93 26.63 12.79 12.43
240 200 25.33 23.90 9.27 8.88
  1. The dependence of Accuracy and Confidence values on the evolutional distance between cores (Evolutional distance, PAM) and relation of the total length of consoles to the core length (Console length, %) is shown. Of notice is the qualitative predominance of the global algorithm at the evolutional distance of 240 PAM.