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Theorem 1 (Chen et al. ). A binary matrix M admits a perfect phylogeny if and only if the corresponding character graph G does not contain an induced M-graph. With Theorem 1 the Minimum-Flip Problem is equivalent to the following graph-theoretical problem: Find a minimum set of edge modiﬁcations, that is, edge deletions and edge insertions, which transform the character graph of the input matrix into an M-free bipartite graph. Using this characterization, Chen et al. [6, 7] introduce a simple ﬁxed-parameter algorithm with running time O(6k mn) where k is the minimum number of ﬂips.
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