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Willson, Stephen J. - Department of Mathematics, Iowa State University
Restrictions on meaningful phylogenetic networks Abstract: It is common to assume that a phylogenetic network is a rooted acyclic
Spring 2011 Schedule Name Stephen Willson Office # 411 Office Phone 294-7671
Restricted trees: simplifying networks with bottlenecks
Minimum evolution using ordinary least-squares is less robust than neighbor-joining
Reconstructing the parameters of a network from its tree-average distances
Consistent formulas for estimating the total lengths of trees
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (2007) 69: 17091725 DOI 10.1007/s11538-006-9187-4
JOURNAL OF LATEX CLASS FILES, VOL. 1, NO. 8, AUGUST 2002 1 Robustness of topological supertree methods for
Properties of normal phylogenetic networks Stephen J. Willson
Unique reconstruction of tree-like phylogenetic networks from distances between leaves
This article appeared in a journal published by Elsevier. The attached copy is furnished to the author for internal non-commercial research
Unique solvability of certain hybrid networks from their distances
Regular networks can be uniquely constructed from their trees
Monday January 11 (a) Tell one thing you like about
Math 182 Lecture Notes 1. Review of Differentiation
Fall 2011 Schedule Name Stephen Willson Office # 411 Office Phone 294-7671
Tree-average distances on certain phylogenetic networks have their weights uniquely determined
The Hausdorff Metric We can now discuss the metric space of central interest in this course. Let (X,d) be
Introduction to Julia sets and the Mandelbrot set Review of complex numbers
The "self-similarity dimension" of a shape Suppose X is a bounded subset of R, R2, or R3. Suppose that s is a positive real
Spring 2012 Schedule Name Stephen Willson Office # 411 Office Phone 294-7671