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245 00 Probability and mathematical genetics :|b[papers in honour
       of Sir John Kingman] /|cedited by N.H. Bingham, C.M. 
       Goldie 
246 3  Probability & Mathematical Genetics 
264  1 Cambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c2010 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 528 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  London Mathematical Society lecture note series ;|v378 
500    Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 05 
       Oct 2015) 
505 0  A fragment of autobiography, 1957-1967 / J.F.C. Kingman --
       More uses of exchangeability: representations of complex 
       random structures / David J. Aldous -- Perfect simulation 
       using dominated coupling from the past with application to
       area-interaction point processes and wavelet thresholding 
       / G.K. Ambler and B.W. Silverman -- Assessing molecular 
       variability in cancer genomes / A.D. Barbour and S. Tavare
       -- Branching out / J.D. Biggins -- Kingman, category and 
       combinatorics / N.H. Bingham and A.J. Ostaszewski -- Long-
       range dependence in a Cox process directed by an 
       alternating renewal process / D.J. Daley -- Kernel methods
       and minimum contrast estimators for empirical 
       deconvolution / Aurore Delaigle and Peter Hall -- The 
       coalescent and its descendants / Peter Donnelly and 
       Stephen Leslie -- Kingman and mathematical population 
       genetics / Warren J. Ewens and Geoffrey A. Watterson -- 
       Characterizations of exchangeable partitions and random 
       discrete distributions by deletion properties / Alexander 
       Gnedin, Chris Haulk and Jim Pitman -- Applying coupon-
       collecting theory to computer-aided assessments / C.M. 
       Goldie, R. Cornish and C.L. Robinson -- Colouring and 
       breaking sticks: random distributions and heterogeneous 
       clustering / Peter J. Green -- The associated random walk 
       and martingales in random walks with stationary increments
       / D.R. Grey -- Diffusion processes and coalescent trees / 
       R.C. Griffiths and D. Spanó -- Three problems for the 
       clairvoyant demon / Geoffrey Grimmett -- Homogenization 
       for advection-diffusion in a perforated domain / P.H. 
       Haynes, V.H. Hoang, J.R. Norris and K.C. Zygalakis -- 
       Heavy traffic on a controlled motorway / F.P. Kelly and 
       R.J. Williams -- Coupling time distribution asymptotics 
       for some couplings of the Levy stochastic area / W.S. 
       Kendall -- Queueing with neighbours / V. Shcherbakov and 
       S. Volkov -- Optimal information feed / P. Whittle -- A 
       dynamical-system picture of a simple branching-process 
       phase transition / David Williams 
520    Focussing on the work of Sir John Kingman, one of the 
       world's leading researchers in probability and 
       mathematical genetics, this book touches on the important 
       areas of these subjects in the last 50 years. Leading 
       authorities give a unique insight into a wide range of 
       currently topical problems. Papers in probability 
       concentrate on combinatorial and structural aspects, in 
       particular exchangeability and regeneration. The Kingman 
       coalescent links probability with mathematical genetics 
       and is fundamental to the study of the latter. This has 
       implications across the whole of genomic modelling 
       including the Human Genome Project. Other papers in 
       mathematical population genetics range from statistical 
       aspects including heterogeneous clustering, to the 
       assessment of molecular variability in cancer genomes. 
       Further papers in statistics are concerned with empirical 
       deconvolution, perfect simulation, and wavelets. This book
       will be warmly received by established experts as well as 
       their students and others interested in the content 
600 10 Kingman, J. F. C.|q(John Frank Charles) 
650  0 Probabilities 
650  0 Genetics|xMathematical models 
700 1  Bingham, N. H.,|eeditor 
700 1  Goldie, Charles M.,|eeditor 
700 1  Kingman, J. F. C.|eeditor 
830  0 London Mathematical Society lecture note series ;|v378 
856 40 |uhttps://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139107174