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Table 3 Observed transition rates and state specific substitution costs for data-driven cost regime

From: Detecting commonality in multidimensional fish movement histories using sequence analysis

RegimeCost structureOperations2nd orderPercent increase
SubstitutionIndelSubstitutionIndelTotal
Levenshtein11378.5 ± 338.178.5 ± 104.1457.1 ± 360.7120.04 ± 0.04
Levenshtein II20.250.0779.6 + 672.3779.6 + 672.3 0.4 + 0.3
Hamming13428.0 + 347.50.0428.0 + 347.5230.01 + 0.04
Data drivenS2a1.05302.8 + 302.8178.3 + 118.3481.0 + 371.510.08 + 0.05
Theory drivenCustom Matrix0.95300.6 + 305.1180.8 + 128.8481.9 + 372.4 0.08 + 0.06
  1. Observed transition rates (a) for 27 sea lamprey in the Saint Clair Detroit River system. Transition rates reflect movement from the origin state to the arrival state and occur in both upstream and downstream directions. Substitution costs (b) based on the observed transition rates for 27 sea lamprey in the Saint Clair Detroit River system. From downstream to upstream, LE Lake Erie, DRL Lower Detroit River, DRU Upper Detroit River, LSC Lake St. Clair, SCL Lower St. Clair River, SCU Upper St. Clair River, and LH Lake Huron