We present a complex of new programs for promoter, 3D-processing, splice sites, coding exons and gene structure identification in genomic DNA of several model species. The human gene structure prediction program FGENEH, exon prediction - FEXH and splice site prediction - HSPL have been modified for sequence analysis of Drosophila (FGENED, FEXD and DSPL), C.elegance (FGENEN, FEXN and NSPL), Yeast (FEXY and YSPL) and Plant (FGENEA, FEXA and ASPL) genomic sequences. We recomputed all frequency and discriminant function parameters for these organisms and adjusted organism specific minimal intron lengths. An accuracy of coding region prediction for these programs is similar with the observed accuracy of FEXH and FGENEH. We have developed FEXHB and FGENEHB programs combining pattern recognition features and information about similarity of predicted exons with known sequences in protein databases. These programs have approximately 10% higher average accuracy of coding region recognition. Two new programs for human promoter site prediction (TSSG and TSSW) have been developed which use Gosh (1993) and Wingender (1994) data bases of functional motifs, respectively. POLYAH program was designed for prediction of 3D-processing regions in human genes and CDSB program was developed for bacterial gene prediction. We have developed a new approach to predict multiple genes based on double dynamic programming, that is very important for analysis of long genomic DNA fragments generated by genome sequencing projects. Analysis of uncharacterized sequences based on our methods is available through the University of Houston, Weizmann Institute of Science email servers and several Web pages at Baylor College of Medicine.