Impossibility Results on Stability of Phylogenetic Consensus Methods.

@article{Delucchi2019ImpossibilityRO,
  title={Impossibility Results on Stability of Phylogenetic Consensus Methods.},
  author={Emanuele Delucchi and Linard Hoessly and Giovanni Paolini},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2019}
}
  • Emanuele Delucchi, Linard Hoessly, Giovanni Paolini
  • Published in Systematic biology 2019
  • Biology, Medicine
  • We answer two questions raised by Bryant, Francis and Steel in their work on consensus methods in phylogenetics. Consensus methods apply to every practical instance where it is desired to aggregate a set of given phylogenetic trees (say, gene evolution trees) into a resulting, "consensus" tree (say, a species tree). Various stability criteria have been explored in this context, seeking to model desirable consistency properties of consensus methods as the experimental data is updated (e.g., more… CONTINUE READING

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