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Calculating the variance of the a regular expression assuming position dependent
Hello I am having trouble with a slightly biological problem I am given a regular expression $- [RK]-[LV]-[DE]-x(2)-Y$ this expression means that there is a string with the first position being an ...
Dec 9 '12 at 4:30
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