Applying the Thorne-Kishino-Felsenstein model sequence evolution on a star-shaped tree (2001)
AuthorsSteel, M., Hein, J.show all
Stochastic models that allow site substitutions, insertions and deletions provide a useful framework for a statistical approach to DNA sequence evolution. Such a model, and recursions to calculate the probability of evolving two sequences, have been known for almost a decade. In this paper we show how the pairwise recursions can be generalised to a 3-sequence tree, and more generally to a r-sequence star-shaped tree.
CitationSteel, M., Hein, J. (2001) Applying the Thorne-Kishino-Felsenstein model sequence evolution on a star-shaped tree. Applied Mathematics Letters, 14, pp. 679--84.
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