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An integro-differential model to study evolution

Raoul, G (Cambridge)
Wednesday 08 September 2010, 17:30-18:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


The evolution of a population structured by a continuous phenotypic trait can be modeled by integro-differential models called "Kimura models". Using numerical simulations, this model shows that the population often concentrates around a finite number of traits, which correspond to different species. In this presentation, we will present long time and rare mutations asymptotic results for this type of models.


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