Population Growth of the Sexes
We omit a deterministic model introduced by Goodman that distinguishes between married and unmarried persons, and a simple stochastic model for the sex ratio when males and females reproduce independently but may have offspring of either sex.
KeywordsDeterministic Model Moment Generate Function Royal Statistical Society Total Population Size Simple Stochastic Model
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