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## Figure 11.
The fraction of configurations with exactly and at leastNanchors. (A) Plot of the fraction of configurations with exactly N anchors,
, as N varies. An anchor is a run of at least K correct bases (shown for K = 15, 20, and 25). We assume the read length is L = 1000 and the error rate per base is ρ = 15%(and that there are exactly M = 150 error positions). The solid markers are computed by finding exact coefficients
c_{M,N,K}(L) in the generating functions. The curve is a normal distribution approximating the
exact values (illustrating Theorem A3), where parameters μand σ^{2}are computed by Theorem A2. (B) The solid markers are a plot of
, the fraction of configurations with at least N anchors, as N varies. The parameters are the same as for (A). The curve is the survival function
of the normal distribution in (A).
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