Foundations of Mathematical Genetics is a definitive account of the origins of modern mathematical population genetics, a topic that has been all too often neglected by other textbooks. In this new edition, Dr Edwards extends his classic work with a new chapter on the fundamental theorem of natural selection. Advanced students of mathematical genetics and those interested in the history of the subject will find it a clear exposition of the mathematical underpinnings of population genetics.It is convenient to use an equilateral triangle of unit height as the reference frame, for then the three perpendiculars /, m, n (figure ... are represented by the areas of the three triangles formed by the lines joining the given point to the vertices. ... Both are examples of homogeneous coordinates, since any equation can be rendered homogeneous by using the fact that the sum of the coordinates is a constant.

Title | : | Foundations of Mathematical Genetics |

Author | : | Anthony W. F. Edwards |

Publisher | : | Cambridge University Press - 2000-01-13 |

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