Evolutionary Dynamics: Exploring the Interplay of Selection, by James P. Crutchfield, Peter Schuster

By James P. Crutchfield, Peter Schuster

This e-book is an evaluation and overview of the hot development in integrating evolutionary modeling and computation, molecular and developmental evolution, and nonlinear inhabitants dynamics into evolutionary concept. It brings jointly quite a lot of eminent researchers in evolutionary dynamics which will formulate a complete idea that builds on nonlinear arithmetic and physics. The textual content is split into 4 sections: macroevolution; epochal evolution; inhabitants genetics, dynamics, and optimization; and evolution of cooperation, each one containing numerous in-depth chapters and discussions.

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