We prove that Nakhleh’s metric for reduced phylogenetic networks is also a metric on the classes of tree-child phylogenetic
networks, semibinary tree-sibling time consistent phylogenetic networks, and multilabeled phylogenetic trees. We also prove that it separates distinguishable phylogenetic networks. In this way, it becomes the strongest dissimilarity measure for phylogenetic networks available so far. Furthermore, we propose a generalization of that metric that separates arbitrary phylogenetic networks.
CitationCardona, G. [et al.]. On Nakhleh's metric for reduced phylogenetic networks. "IEEE-ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics", Novembre 2009, vol. 6, núm. 4, p. 629-638.
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