Class that manages a suffix array for a sequence.

Superclass: NSObject
Declared In: BCSuffixArray.h

A suffix array is a data structure containing all of the suffix strings for a sequence in sorted order. It is useful for doing fast, simple string searches and comparison operations. In constrast to a suffix tree, the suffix array is easily stored on disk for large sequences like whole genomes.

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Last Updated: Wednesday, October 01, 2008
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