Rare mutations in evolutionary dynamics

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In this paper we study the effect of rare mutations, driven by a marked point process, on the evolutionary behavior of a population. We derive a Kolmogorov equation describing the expected values of the different frequencies and prove some rigorous analytical results about their behavior. Finally, in a simple case of two different quasispecies, we are able to prove that the rarity of mutations increases the survival opportunity of the low fitness species.

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Amadori, A. L., Calzolari, A., Natalini, R., & Torti, B. (2015). Rare mutations in evolutionary dynamics. Journal of Differential Equations, 259(11), 6191–6214. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jde.2015.07.021

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