According to the Chou-Fasman method, when there is an overlapping region on the amino acid sequence, we compare the scores of alpha-helix and beta-sheet and chose the highest one. Let's say I have this amino acid sequence: ABC.
As a result of computations, AB is identified as alpha-helix, and BC is identified as beta-sheet. This means, I have an overlapping region, which is B in this case. The algorithm says that we need to compare the scores of the overlapping region, and select the secondary structure with the higher score, let's say alpha-helix in this case.
Would the resulting secondary structure be $\alpha$$\alpha$$\beta$ or $\alpha$$\alpha$_?
In other words, do we cancel out the secondary structure identifications when we encounter overlapping regions?
Thanks in advance.