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Table 3 Two states at a fully informative for one parent locus built from the previous state

From: Rapid haplotype inference for nuclear families

   Parents Children # Rec
   p 0 p 1 c 0 c 1 c 2 c 3 c 4  
Prev v    〈0, 1〉 〈1, 1〉 〈1, 1〉 〈0, 0〉 〈1, 1〉 0
State hap 〈a, g〉 〈a, a〉 〈g, a〉 〈a, a〉 〈a, a〉 a, a〉 〈a, a〉  
a v   1, 1〉 0, 1〉 0, 1〉 〈 0, 0〉 0, 1〉 4
State hap 〈g, a〉 〈a, a〉 〈g, a〉 〈a, a〉 〈a, a〉 〈 a, a〉 〈a, a〉  
b v    〈0, 1〉 〈1, 1〉 〈1, 1〉 〈 1, 0〉 〈1, 1〉 1
  1. An example locus with one heterozygous and one homozygous parent that shows one state at the previous locus and the two states Hapi builds based on this previous state. This example is from the real dataset discussed in Results. The rows labeled v show the states' inheritance vectors and the rows labeled hap give haplotype assignments of the alleles. Hapi copies the inheritance vector values corresponding to the homozygous parent from the previous state to states a and b. Recombinations result from differing inheritance vector values from the previous state; these differences appear in bold and the states' total number of recombinations appear in the right-most column. Note that the heterozygous parent's inheritance vector values in the two states are exactly opposite each other and are therefore equivalently labeled.