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It implements two different algorithms, both based on Burrows-Wheeler Transform (BWT).The first algorithm is designed for short queries up to ~200bp with low error rate (A stand-alone application for classifying protein sequences and investigating their evolutionary relationships.(In Athenian democracy, the word idiōtēs referred to a person who did not participate in the public life of the polis, who was self-centered and unconcerned by larger, common affairs – an attitude that the Greeks deeply condemned.) At the same time, contemporary art is going further than ever in trying to be better than the best citizen, to serve those in need or within its reach.Artists today act as social workers, teachers, designers, or political activists in order to produce art that has a direct, inevitable, practical use for society. Doing away with this most unfruitful dichotomy, the project Art Has No Alternative aims to suggest that going against common sense, being useless, counterproductive, or incomprehensible within the frames of the current social and political consensus might just be the way for art to contribute to the sanity and well-being of its environment.The collection of works presented here spans a time frame from the late sixties until today and a geographical area that is known as East-Central Europe.The curatorial strategy has been to make a statement through accumulation: to gather these most innocuous, ephemeral artistic acts that happened over several decades in various urban environments, like quick, playful, angry or stubborn sparkles in the fog, and display them in image-clouds in order to accumulate and activate the immense energy they carry, in a simultaneous presentation.

The program compares nucleotide or protein sequences to sequence databases and calculates the statistical significance of matches.Is an ultrafast, memory-efficient short read aligner.It aligns short DNA sequences (reads) to the human genome at a rate of over 25 million 35-bp reads per hour.Its title taken from a stencil work by Vlado Martek from 1986, the exhibition presents artistic strategies that are played out in urban public space, and that are based on the artist's direct presence and simple actions, which might be absurd, illogical, immoral, disruptive, excessive, ridiculous, rebellious, embarrassing, heroic, poetic, risky or banal, but which no one would consider “normal”: instinctive or conscious subversions of certain norms, cases of overstepping boundaries, as well as demonstrations of the idea that possibilities beyond the consensually rational, safe and accepted should be sought out and tried.This art is not focused on the creation of objects, but rather it is meant to be a form of living one's life.

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