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- 1. Suffix trees and suffix arrays
- 2. Trie • A tree representing a set of strings. a c b c e e f d b f e g { aeef ad bbfe bbfg c }
- 3. Trie (Cont) • Assume no string is a prefix of another a c b c e e f d b f e g Each edge is labeled by a letter, no two edges outgoing from the same node are labeled the same. Each string corresponds to a leaf.
- 4. Compressed Trie • Compress unary nodes, label edges by strings a c b c e e f d b f e g a c bbf c eef d e g
- 5. Suffix tree Given a string s a suffix tree of s is a compressed trie of all suffixes of s To make these suffixes prefix-free we add a special character, say $, at the end of s
- 6. Suffix tree (Example) Let s=abab, a suffix tree of s is a compressed trie of all suffixes of s=abab$ { $ b$ ab$ bab$ abab$ } a b a b $ a b $ b $ $ $
- 7. Trivial algorithm to build a Suffix tree Put the largest suffix in Put the suffix bab$ in a b a b $ a b a b $ a b $ b
- 8. Put the suffix ab$ in a b a b $ a b $ b a b a b $ a b $ b $
- 9. Put the suffix b$ in a b a b $ a b $ b $ a b a b $ a b $ b $ $
- 10. Put the suffix $ in a b a b $ a b $ b $ $ a b a b $ a b $ b $ $ $
- 11. We will also label each leaf with the starting point of the corres. suffix. a b a b $ a b $ b $ $ $ 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $
- 12. Analysis Takes O(n2 ) time to build. We will see how to do it in O(n) time
- 13. What can we do with it ? Exact string matching: Given a Text T, |T| = n, preprocess it such that when a pattern P, |P|=m, arrives you can quickly decide when it occurs in T. W e may also want to find all occurrences of P in T
- 14. Exact string matching In preprocessing we just build a suffix tree in O(n) time 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ Given a pattern P = ab we traverse the tree according to the pattern.
- 15. 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ If we did not get stuck traversing the pattern then the pattern occurs in the text. Each leaf in the subtree below the node we reach corresponds to an occurrence. By traversing this subtree we get all k occurrences in O(n+k) time
- 16. Generalized suffix tree Given a set of strings S a generalized suffix tree of S is a compressed trie of all suffixes of s ∈ S To make these suffixes prefix-free we add a special char, say $, at the end of s To associate each suffix with a unique string in S add a different special char to each s
- 17. Generalized suffix tree (Example) Let s1=abab and s2=aab here is a generalized suffix tree for s1 and s2 { $ # b$ b# ab$ ab# bab$ aab# abab$ } 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 1 b # a 2 # 3 # 4 #
- 18. So what can we do with it ? Matching a pattern against a database of strings
- 19. Longest common substring (of two strings) Every node with a leaf descendant from string s1 and a leaf descendant from string s2 represents a maximal common substring and vice versa. 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 1 b # a 2 # 3 # 4 # Find such node with largest “string depth”
- 20. Lowest common ancetors A lot more can be gained from the suffix tree if we preprocess it so that we can answer LCA queries on it
- 21. Why? The LCA of two leaves represents the longest common prefix (LCP) of these 2 suffixes 1 2 a b a b $ a b $ b 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 1 b # a 2 # 3 # 4 #
- 22. Finding maximal palindromes • A palindrome: caabaac, cbaabc • Want to find all maximal palindromes in a string s Let s = cbaaba The maximal palindrome with center between i-1 and i is the LCP of the suffix at position i of s and the suffix at position m-i+1 of sr
- 23. Maximal palindromes algorithm Prepare a generalized suffix tree for s = cbaaba$ and sr = abaabc# For every i find the LCA of suffix i of s and suffix m-i+1 of sr
- 24. 3 a a b a b a a b a $ b 3 $ 7 $ b 7 # c 1 6a b c # 5 2 2 a $ c # a 5 6 $ 4 4 1 c # a $ $ a b c # c # Let s = cbaaba$ then sr = abaabc#
- 25. Analysis O(n) time to identify all palindromes
- 26. Drawbacks • Suffix trees consume a lot of space • It is O(n) but the constant is quite big • Notice that if we indeed want to traverse an edge in O(1) time then we need an array of ptrs. of size |Σ| in each node
- 27. Suffix array • We loose some of the functionality but we save space. Let s = abab Sort the suffixes lexicographically: ab, abab, b, bab The suffix array gives the indices of the suffixes in sorted order 3 1 4 2
- 28. How do we build it ? • Build a suffix tree • Traverse the tree in DFS, lexicographically picking edges outgoing from each node and fill the suffix array. • O(n) time
- 29. How do we search for a pattern ? • If P occurs in T then all its occurrences are consecutive in the suffix array. • Do a binary search on the suffix array • Takes O(mlogn) time
- 30. Example Let S = mississippi i ippi issippi ississippi mississippi pi 8 5 2 1 10 9 7 4 11 6 3 ppi sippi sisippi ssippi ssissippi L R Let P = issa M
- 31. How do we accelerate the search ? L R Maintain = LCP(P,L) Maintain r = LCP(P,R) M If = r then start comparing M to P at + 1 r
- 32. How do we accelerate the search ? L R Suppose we know LCP(L,M) If LCP(L,M) < we go left If LCP(L,M) > we go right If LCP(L,M) = we start comparing at + 1 M If > r then r
- 33. Analysis of the acceleration If we do more than a single comparison in an iteration then max(, r ) grows by 1 for each comparison O(logn + m) time

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