Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology

Baake E, Wakolbinger A (2015)
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This is a review of William Feller's important contributions to mathematical biology. The seminal paper [Feller1951] "Diffusion processes in genetics" was particularly influential on the development of stochastic processes at the interface to evolutionary biology, and interesting ideas in this direction (including a first characterization of what is nowadays known as "Feller's branching diffusion") already shaped up in the paper [Feller 1939] (written in German) "The foundations of a probabistic treatment of Volterra's theory of the struggle for life". Feller's article "On fitness and the cost of natural selection" [Feller 1967] contains a critical analysis of the concept of "genetic load".
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Baake E, Wakolbinger A. Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology. arXiv:1501.05278. 2015.
Baake, E., & Wakolbinger, A. (2015). Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology. arXiv:1501.05278
Baake, E., and Wakolbinger, A. (2015). Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology. arXiv:1501.05278.
Baake, E., & Wakolbinger, A., 2015. Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology. arXiv:1501.05278.
E. Baake and A. Wakolbinger, “Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology”, arXiv:1501.05278, 2015.
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Baake, Ellen, and Wakolbinger, Anton. “Feller's Contributions to Mathematical Biology”. arXiv:1501.05278 (2015).
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