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Branching-Selection Processes

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Part of the TMS Symposium

Branching processes with selection can be seen as a probabilistic genetic model for fixed populations. In this talk, I shall concentrate on a class of particle systems first investigated by Eric Brunet and Bernard Derrida in 1997, introducing the model as well as a discussion as to some of the results and expected results I have been working on this past year.

This talk is part of the Trinity Mathematical Society series.

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