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Table 2 Comparison on the real datasets for RSMT on cervical cancer samples

From: Analysis of gene copy number changes in tumor phylogenetics

Case # RSMT tree weight (# Steiner nodes)
FISHtree MSTtree MPTtree EXACTtree
C5 195 (13) 196 (12) 194 (13) 194 (13)
C6 82 (2) 82 (2) 81 (5) 81 (4)
C8 103 (6) 103 (6) 100 (9) 100 (8)
C9 143 (1) 142 (2) 142 (5) 142 (2)
C10 87 (0) 86 (1) 86 (1) 86 (1)
C12 72 (1) 71 (2) 71 (2) 71 (2)
C13 150 (5) 150 (5) 149 (7) 149 (7)
C15 74 (1) 73 (2) 73 (2) 73 (2)
C18 127 (4) 127 (4) 126 (6) 126 (6)
C21 73 (4) 74 (3) 73 (5) 73 (4)
C27 59 (1) 57 (3) 57 (2) 57 (3)
C29 83 (2) 82 (3) 81 (3) 81 (3)
C30 118 (9) 118 (9) 116 (9) 116 (10)
C32 209 (7) 207 (9) 205 (14) 205 (13)
C34 83 (5) 82 (6) 82 (6) 82 (6)
C35 67 (1) 67 (1) 66 (2) 66 (3)
C42 199 (7) 198 (9) 197 (12) 197 (11)
C45 172 (10) 169 (13) 169 (14) 169 (15)
C46 110 (5) 109 (6) 108 (8) 108 (7)
C49 162 (4) 161 (5) 161 (7) 161 (7)
C53 80 (3) 79 (4) 79 (4) 79 (4)
C54 146 (6) 145 (7) 144 (10) 144 (9)
  1. The best tree weights are shown in italics for each sample. The number of Steiner nodes is shown in parenthesis. 24 cervical cancer samples have ties in tree weights and thus are not included due to the space limit