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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Kádmo de Souza Laxa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Fontes, Luiz Renato Goncalves (President)
Correa, Alejandro Roldan
Rodriguez, Pablo Martin
Title in Portuguese
Evolução de quase-espécies com atribuição não-uniforme de indivíduos
Keywords in Portuguese
Modelo de evolução de espécies
Quase-espécies
Abstract in Portuguese
Recentemente, Ben-Ari e Schinazi (2016) propuseram um modelo estocástico em tempo discreto para a evolução da população de espécies com alta possibilidade de mutação. Neste trabalho, é proposto essencialmente o mesmo modelo, mas em tempo contínuo e com atribuição não-uniforme de indivíduos. Nesse modelo, novas espécies surgem com taxa r, 0
Title in English
Evolution of quasispecies with non-uniform assignment of individuals
Keywords in English
Evolution of species model
Quasispecies
Abstract in English
Recently, Ben-Ari and Schinazi (2016) proposed a discrete time stochastic model for high mutation rate species. Essentially, we propose the same model for the continuous time. In this model, the birth rate of a species is r, 0
 
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Publishing Date
2019-05-02
 
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