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Figure 2

From: A novel, fast, HMM-with-Duration implementation – for application with a new, pattern recognition informed, nanopore detector

Figure 2

Nanopore Cheminformatics and Control Architecture. LabWindows Server now used. Data sent to cluster of Linux Clients via TCP/IP channel. Linux clients run expensive HMM analysis as distributed processes (similarly for off-line SVM training). The sample classification is used by the Server to provide feedback to the nanopore apparatus to increase the effective sampling time on the molecules of interest (this can boost nanopore detector productivity by magnitudes).

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