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Spatial populations with seed-bank: finite-systems scheme

@inproceedings{Greven2022SpatialPW,
  title={Spatial populations with seed-bank: finite-systems scheme},
  author={Andreas Greven and Frank den Hollander},
  year={2022}
}
This is the third in a series of four papers in which we consider a system of interacting Fisher-Wright diffusions with seed-bank. Individuals carry type ♥ or ♦, live in colonies, and are subject to resampling and migration as long as they are active. Each colony has a structured seed-bank into which individuals can retreat to become dormant, suspending their resampling and migration until they become active again. As geographic space labelling the colonies we consider a countable Abelian group… 

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