Rearrangement Moves on Rooted Phylogenetic Networks

Abstract : Phylogenetic tree reconstruction is usually done by local search heuristics that explore the space of the possible tree topologies via simple rearrangements of their structure. Tree rearrangement heuristics have been used in combination with practically all optimization criteria in use, from maximum likelihood and parsimony to distance-based principles, and in a Bayesian context. Their basic components are rearrangement moves that specify all possible ways of generating alternative phylogenies from a given one, and whose fundamental property is to be able to transform, by repeated application, any phylogeny into any other phylogeny. Despite their long tradition in tree-based phylogenetics, very little research has gone into studying similar rearrangement operations for phylogenetic networks — that is, phylogenies explicitly representing scenarios that include reticulate events such as hybridization, horizontal gene transfer, population admixture, and recombination. To fill this gap, we propose “horizontal” moves that ensure that every network of a certain complexity can be reached from any other network of the same complexity, and “vertical” moves that ensure reachability between networks of different complexities. When applied to phylogenetic trees, our horizontal moves — named rNNI and rSPR — reduce to the best-known moves on rooted phylogenetic trees, nearest-neighbor interchange and rooted subtree pruning and regrafting. Besides a number of reachability results — separating the contributions of horizontal and vertical moves — we prove that rNNI moves are local versions of rSPR moves, and provide bounds on the sizes of the rNNI neighborhoods. The paper focuses on the most biologically meaningful versions of phylogenetic networks, where edges are oriented and reticulation events clearly identified. Moreover, our rearrangement moves are robust to the fact that networks with higher complexity usually allow a better fit with the data. Our goal is to provide a solid basis for practical phylogenetic network reconstruction.
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PLoS Computational Biology, Public Library of Science, 2017, 13 (8), pp.e1005611.1-21. 〈10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005611〉
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Philippe Gambette, Leo Van Iersel, Mark Jones, Manuel Lafond, Fabio Pardi, et al.. Rearrangement Moves on Rooted Phylogenetic Networks. PLoS Computational Biology, Public Library of Science, 2017, 13 (8), pp.e1005611.1-21. 〈10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005611〉. 〈hal-01572624v2〉

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