Maximization principles for frequency-dependent selection I: the one-locus two-allele case.

@article{Schneider2008MaximizationPF,
  title={Maximization principles for frequency-dependent selection I: the one-locus two-allele case.},
  author={Kristan Alexander Schneider},
  journal={Theoretical population biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={74 3},
  pages={
          251-62
        }
}
In this article we study the one-locus two-allele version of the pairwise-interaction model of frequency-dependent selection in discrete and continuous time. Our main aim is to provide necessary and sufficient conditions for the validity of maximization principles. We provide a systematic approach that covers all possible facets of the dynamical behavior of the model, and we illustrate our results by concrete examples. We show that the mean fitness of the population is nondecreasing if the… CONTINUE READING

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