Importance Sampling and the Two-locus Model with Subdivided Population Structure.

@article{Griffiths2008ImportanceSA,
  title={Importance Sampling and the Two-locus Model with Subdivided Population Structure.},
  author={Robert C. Griffiths and Paul A. Jenkins and Yun S. Song},
  journal={Advances in applied probability},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={473-500}
}
The diffusion-generator approximation technique developed by De Iorio and Griffiths (2004a) is a very useful method of constructing importance sampling proposal distributions. Being based on general mathematical principles, the method can be applied to various models in population genetics. In this paper we extend the technique to the neutral coalescent model with recombination, thus obtaining novel sampling distributions for the two-locus model. We consider the case with subdivided population… CONTINUE READING

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