Dynamic Burrows–Wheeler Transform
Instead of reconstructing the Burrows–Wheeler transform of an edited text, Salson et al. propose an algorithm that deduces the new Burrows–Wheeler transform from the original one, doing a limited number of local reorderings in the original Burrows–Wheeler transform.
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