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Table 1 Impact of varying the values of \(t_f\) and \(t_l\) on the assembly results for E. coli data

From: Fast and efficient Rmap assembly using the Bi-labelled de Bruijn graph

\(t_f\) \(t_l\) Run time(s) Peak Memory(Mb) No. of contigs Max Mean
250 1500 179 305 4 272 (2.420 Mbp) 267 (2.326 Mbp)
250 2000 200 305 3 271 (2.418 Mbp) 270 (2.351 Mbp)
250 3000 232 305 3 271 (2.419 Mbp) 267 (2.333 Mbp)
500 1500 403 459 10 336 (3.072 Mbp) 295 (2.625 Mbp)
500 2000 445 459 23 529 (4.701 Mbp) 371 (3.252 Mbp)
500 3000 509 459 49 529 (4.711 Mbp) 430 (3.793 Mbp)
1,000 1500 476 628 33 531 (4.745 Mbp) 427 (3.792 Mbp)
1,000 2000 533 629 29 529 (4.746 Mbp) 422 (4.746 Mbp)
1,000 3000 629 630 35 530 (4.742 Mbp) 412 (3.662 Mbp)
1,500 1500 537 705 11 424 (3.732 Mbp) 347 (3.028 Mbp)
1,500 2000 616 709 28 533 (4.778 Mbp) 424 (3.760 Mbp)
1,500 3000 748 711 22 535 (4.764 Mbp) 440 (3.887 Mbp)
  1. In this Table, the value of k was fixed to 6, and the value of D was fixed to 15,000. The contig with maximum length (Max) is reported in the number of fragments and the total genomic length in mega base pairs (Mbp). Similarly, the mean contig length (Mean) is also reported in the number of fragments and the total genomic length in mega base pairs