Author ' s personal copy Continuous-time models of group selection , and the dynamical insuf fi ciency of kin selection models

@inproceedings{Simon2014AuthorS,
  title={Author ' s personal copy Continuous-time models of group selection , and the dynamical insuf fi ciency of kin selection models},
  author={Burton Simon},
  year={2014}
}
Traditionally, the process of group selection has been described mathematically by discrete-time models, and analyzed using tools like the Price equation. This approach makes implicit assumptions about the process that are not valid in general, like the central role of synchronized mass-dispersion and group reformation events. In many important examples… CONTINUE READING

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