Dynamic Analyses of Mutation and Recombination
The previous chapters in this book have examined static characterizations of recombination and mutation. They were static in the sense that the time evolution of a population of chromosomes was not considered. Although static characterizations can be extremely helpful, it is also useful to investigate dynamic characterizations in which the time evolution is explicitly considered.
KeywordsMutation Rate Dynamic Analysis Initial Population Equilibrium Distribution Radioactive Decay
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