A survey on nonadaptive group testing algorithms through the angle of decoding
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Group testing, sometimes called pooling design, has been applied to a variety of problems such as blood testing, multiple access communication, coding theory, among others. Recently, screening experiments in molecular biology has become the most important application. In this paper, we review several models in this application by focusing on decoding, namely, giving a comparative study of how the problem is solved in each of these models.
KeywordsGroup testing Pooling designs Nonadaptive algorithms
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