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Stochastic Models of Evolution in Genetics, Ecology and Linguistics

Author: R. A. Blythe, A. J. McKane
Url: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0703478
Format: Ps, Pdf
Category: Biological Physics
Pages: 60
Clicks: 2427

We give a overview of stochastic models of evolution that have found applications in genetics, ecology and linguistics for an audience of nonspecialists, especially statistical physicists. In particular, we focus mostly on neutral models in which no intrinsic advantage is ascribed to a particular type of the variable unit, for example a gene, appearing in the theory. In many cases these models are exactly solvable and furthermore go some way to describing observed features of genetic, ecological and linguistic systems.

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