2 edition of Evolution with state-dependent mutations found in the catalog.
Evolution with state-dependent mutations
by University College Dublin, Department of Economics in Dublin
Written in English
|Statement||JamesBergin and B.L. Lipman.|
|Series||Working paper (University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research) -- WP94/11.|
|Contributions||Lipman, B. L., University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20, (4)p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Econometrica, Vol. 64, No. 4 (July, ), EVOLUTION WITH STATE-DEPENDENT MUTATIONS BY JAMES BERGIN AND BARTON L. LIPMAN 1 Recent evolutionary models have introduced "small mutation rates" as a way of. J Bergin & B L Lipman, "Evolution with Evolution with state-dependent mutations book Mutations," Levine's Working Paper ArchiveDavid K.
Levine. James Bergin & B. Lipman, "Evolution with state-dependent mutations," Working PapersSchool of Economics, University College Dublin. James Bergin & B. Lipman, "Evolution with state-dependent mutations," Working PapersSchool of Economics, University College Dublin.
BERGIN, James & LIPMAN, Bart, "Evolution with State-Dependent Mutations," CORE Discussion PapersUniversité catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics.
State Dependent Mutation W e introduce mutation into the model; the agent may make a mistake or an experiment and thus choose a strategy at random with a small probability.
evolution with state-dependent mutations Recent evolutionary models have introduced "small mutation rates" as a way of refining predictions of long-run behavior. We show that this refinement effect can only be obtained by restrictions on how the magnitude of the effect of mutation on evolution varies across states of the system.
This paper considers the application of Ellison's () "Radius-Modified Coradius" Theorem to models of evolution with state-dependent : Thomas Norman. We show that if mutation rates are allowed to vary across states, then mutations no longer narrow the set of possible preditions.
In particular, given any model of the effect of mutations, any invariant distribution of the "mutationless" process is close to an invariant distribution of the process with appropriately chosen small mutation by: evolution.
stochastic stability. Recommended articles Citing articles (0) B. LipmanEvolution with state-dependent mutations. Econometrica, 64 (), pp. The evolution of social and economic networks, working paper version, California Institute of Technology WP, Cited by: The evolution of resistance represents a significant obstacle to the successful control of tumors since it abrogates the response to therapy.
Sorace and Komarova recently analyzed the accumulation of neutral mutations in state-dependent, controlled-growth branching Goldie and Coldman published a book summarizing these results as well as Cited by: Start studying test 7 review chapters 13 & Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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This is the first of two distinct, but interrelated books which seeks to offer an alternative evolutionary scenario to our current standard Neo-Darwinian model by way of a scientifically-guided thought experiment. Book One is based upon the accumulative research spanning the past years of a diverse range of highly respected scientists who Pages: Fisher, Medawar, Hamilton and the Evolution of Aging.
Brian Charlesworth. Genetics November 1, This conclusion is backed up by the existence of both quantitative genetic variation and major gene mutations affecting the rate of aging State-dependent life by: () recently analyzed the accumulation of neutral mutations in state-dependent, controlled-growth branching process models.
The dynamics of non-neutral mutations (such as mutations con-ferring drug resistance) in this setting of resource limitation, however, remains an important open question. Bergin J, Lipman BL () Evolution with state-dependent mutations.
Econometrica – zbMATH CrossRef Google Scholar Binmore K, Samuelson L () Muddling through: noisy equilibrium selection. Steve Meyer, author of Darwin’s Doubt, offers a handy illustration of the sort of specified complexity that life forms show, which indicates design, in an April essay: Cryptographers distinguish between random signals and those carrying encoded messages, the latter indicating an intelligent source.
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The supporting evidence is substantive and very up-to-date, and the book offers a remarkable collection of relevant facts. In a step towards an understanding of such models, Sorace and Komarova () recently analyzed the accumulation of neutral mutations in state-dependent, controlled-growth branching process models.
The dynamics of non-neutral mutations (such as mutations conferring drug resistance) in this setting of resource limitation, however, remains an Cited by: Bergin J, Lipman BL () Evolution with state‐dependent etrica – zbMATH Google Scholar Binmore K, Gale J, Samuelson L () Learning to.
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