Frank Papentin

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1. The types of selection in simple population systems (haploid or asexual populations without specific ecological interaction), composed of two components, are analysed according to their mode of reproduction. The terms “expansive”, “competitive”, and “restrictive” selection are suggested for them. 2. A general mathematical model to describe selection(More)
A method of making the intuitive notion of “complexity” more precise is exemplified by means of snowflakes. It utilizes the length of the shortest possible description of a structure in an appropriately defined language. Structures necessitating longer minimal descriptions are defined as more complex. This measure of complexity is compared with the(More)
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