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From: Keith Britton <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Wild Demographic Dice
Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 13:19:47 -0400
That's an interesting contribution, and more than a bit disconcerting
regarding peering in the inverse direction. Numerous thoughts occur:
What sort of distribution is there to the final population, e.g. is it
intractably noisy or smooth enough for curve fitting?
What do notionally identical runs give, and does combining outputs point to
a generic curve?
How sensitive is output to seeding fractionally enhanced or fecundity
How sensitive is output to sparse, periodic changes to fecundity?
How sensitive is output to founder effect from a brief initial period of
On Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 12:47 PM, Kenneth Nordtvedt
> I am studying again the wild statistical flucuations of y line survival and
> prosperity due to PURELY the statistics of reproduction.
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