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(Universidad Católica del Norte, Departamento de Matemáticas, 2000)
An evolution algebra in population genetics
(Elsevier Inc., 2014)
We consider an evolution algebra which corresponds to a bisexual population with a set of females partitioned into finitely many different types and the males having only one type. We study basic properties of the algebra. ...
ON AMINO ACID AND CODON ASSIGNMENT IN ALGEBRAIC MODELS FOR THE GENETIC CODE
(WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, 2010)
We give a list of all possible schemes for performing amino acid and codon assignments in algebraic models for the genetic code, which are consistent with a few simple symmetry principles, in accordance with the spirit of ...
Irreducible Representations of Power-associative Train Algebras
Train algebras were introduced by Etherington in 1939 as an algebraic framework for treating genetic problems. The aim of this paper is to study the representations and irreducible representations of power-associative ...
AN EVOLUTION ALGEBRA IN POPULATION GENETICS
(NORTH HOLLAND, 2014)
Extending the Algebraic Formalism for Genome Rearrangements to Include Linear Chromosomes
(Ieee Computer SocLos AlamitosEUA, 2013)
VAr planning using genetic algorithm and linear programming
A combined methodology consisting of successive linear programming (SLP) and a simple genetic algorithm (SGA) solves the reactive planning problem. The problem is divided into operating and planning subproblems; the operating ...