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The following is a list of my papers and articles, with links to download them.

Here is the BibTeX Citation File for these papers. Some hard-to-find papers I cite are in my “Classic Papers Library”.

My metrics (since they justify one's existence nowadays): H-Index = 14, G-Index = 24 (As of 2012, using Google Scholar)


Evolutionary Theory and Mathematics

    Title [click for details] Year *.pdf Citation # [Google] (2014-9) Journal 2011 Impact Factor

  1. Evolvability and Robustness in Artificial Evolving Systems: Three Perturbations
    Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines 15(3): 275-280
  2. 2014 [PDF] [1.00]

  3. Mathematics Awaits: Commentary on “Genetic Programming and Emergence” by Wolfgang Banzhaf
    Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines 15(1): 87-89
  4. 2013 [PDF] [2 Cites] [1.00]

  5. Implications of the Reduction Principle for Cosmological Natural Selection
    arXiv preprint arXiv:1302.1293
  6. 2013 [PDF]

  7. On the Ordering of Spectral Radius Product r(A) r(AD) Versus r(A2D) and Related Applications
    SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications 34(3): 978-998
  8. 2013 [PDF] [1 Cite] [1.368]

  9. A Sharpened Condition for Strict Log-Convexity of the Spectral Radius via the Bipartite Graph
    Linear Algebra and Its Applications 438: 3702-3718
  10. 2012 [PDF] [4 Cites] [0.974]

  11. Social Insight Rings True 125 Years On
    Correspondence, Nature 490 (7421): 487
  12. 2012 [HTML] [36.28]

  13. The Principle of Partial Control in Reaction-Diffusion Models for the Evolution of Dispersal
  14. 2012 [PDF] [1 Cite]

  15. The Evolution of Dispersal in Random Environments and the Principle of Partial Control
    Ecological Monographs 82(3): 297-333
  16. 2011 [PDF] [5 Cites] [7.433]

  17. Resolvent Positive Linear Operators Exhibit the Reduction Phenomenon
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (10): 3705-3710
  18. 2011 [PDF] [8 Cites] [9.681]

  19. Karlin Theory On Growth and Mixing Extended to Linear Differential Equations
    arXiv preprint arXiv:1006.3147
  20. 2010 [PDF] [1 Cite]

  21. Proof of the Feldman-Karlin Conjecture on the Maximum Number of Equilibria in an Evolutionary System
    Theoretical Population Biology 77: 263-269
  22. 2010 [PDF] [3 Cites] [1.65]

  23. An Evolutionary Reduction Principle for Mutation Rates at Multiple Loci
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 73: 1227-1270
  24. 2010 [PDF] [10 Cites] [1.847]

  25. The Evolutionary Reduction Principle for Linear Variation in Genetic Transmission
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 71 (5): 1264-1284
  26. 2009 [PDF] [8 Cites] [1.847]

  27. The Doctoral Advisor Genealogy of Samuel Karlin, Marcus W. Feldman, and Students
  28. 2007 [PDF] [1 Cite]

  29. Evolvability Suppression to Stabilize Far-Sighted Adaptations
    Artificial Life 11 (4): 427-443
  30. 2005 [PDF] [13 Cites] [2.282]

  31. Modularity in Evolution: Some Low-Level Questions
    In Modularity: Understanding the Development and Evolution of Complex Natural Systems, Diego Rasskin-Gutman and Werner Callebaut, editors. MIT Press
  32. 2005 [PDF] [41 Cites]

  33. Simon-Ando Decomposability and Fitness Landscapes, with M. Shpak, P. Stadler, G. P.Wagner
    Theory in Biosciences 123: 139-180
  34. 2004 [PDF] [10 Cites] [0.979]

  35. Open Problems in the Spectral Analysis of Evolutionary Dynamics
    Pages 73-99 in Frontiers of Evolutionary Computation, ed. Anil Menon, Genetic Algorithms And Evolutionary Computation Series Vol. 11, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston
  36. 2004 [PDF] [4 Cites]

  37. No sign of “dying genome” [Letter to Science, unpublished]
  38. 2000 [HTML]

  39. Evolvability Checkpoints Against Evolutionary Pathologies
    Artificial Life 7, 3-7
  40. 2000 [PDF] [10 Cites]

  41. Tutorial: Evolutionary Computation Models from Population Genetics:
    Part 2: An Historical Toolbox

    Congress on Evolutionary Computation
  42. 2000 [PDF] [6 Cites]

  43. Fitness Distance Correlation Analysis: An Instructive Counterexample
    In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Genetic Algorithms, ed. T. Baeck. Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, 57-64
  44. 1997 [PDF] [126 Cites]

  45. NK Fitness Landscapes
    In Handbook of Evolutionary Computation, ed. T. Back, D. Fogel, and Z. Michalewicz. Institute of Physics Press
  46. 1996 [PDF] [136 Cites]

  47. Complex Adaptations and the Evolution of Evolvability, with G. P. Wagner
    Evolution 50 (3): 967-976
  48. 1996 [PDF] [1244 Cites] [5.146]

  49. Genome Growth and the Evolution of the Genotype-Phenotype Map
    In Evolution and Biocomputation: Computational Models of Evolution, ed. Wolfgang Banzhaf and Frank H. Eeckman. Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 899. Springer-Verlag, pp. 205-259
  50. 1995 [PDF] [134 Cites]

  51. The Schema Theorem and Price's Theorem
    In Foundations of Genetic Algorithms 3, ed. Darrell Whitley and Michael Vose. Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco, pp. 23-49
  52. 1995 [PDF] [287 Cites]

  53. Emergent Phenomena in Genetic Programming
    In Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Evolutionary Programming, ed. Anthony V. Sebald and Lawrence J. Fogel. World Scientific, pp. 233-241
  54. 1994 [PDF] [80 Cites]

  55. Evolving Better Representations through Selective Genome Growth
    Proceedings of the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, pp. 182-187
  56. 1994 [PDF] [112 Cites]

  57. The Evolution of Evolvability in Genetic Programming
    Chapter 3 in Advances in Genetic Programming, ed. Kenneth Kinnear. MIT Press, pp. 47-74
  58. 1994 [PDF] [399 Cites]

  59. Chaos from Linear Frequency-Dependent Selection
    American Naturalist 138: 51-68
  60. 1991 [PDF] [49 Cites] [4.725]

  61. Maternal terminology
    Scientific Correspondence, Nature 331: 309 (28 January 1988)
  62. 1988 [HTML] [36.28]

  63. Selection, generalized transmission and the evolution of modifier genes.
    I. The reduction principle
    , with M. W. Feldman
    Genetics 117: 559-572
  64. 1987 [PDF] [83 Cites] [4.007]

  65. Selection for Modularity in the Genome , with D. L. Brutlag
    Cited in: Doolittle, W.F. 1987. The Origin and Function of Intervening Sequences in DNA: A Review. American Naturalist 130: 915-928; and Doolittle, W.F. 1987. What Introns Have to Tell Us: Hierarchy in Genome Evolution. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 52: 907-913
  66. 1986 [PDF] [4 Cites]

  67. Selection for increased mutation rates with fertility differences between matings , with K Holsinger and M. W. Feldman
    Genetics 112: 909-922
  68. 1986 [PDF] [21 Cites] [4.007]

  69. Knowledge Representation in the Genome: New Genes, Exons, and Pleiotropy
    Genetics 110: supplement, s41
  70. 1985 [HTML] [10 Cites] [4.007]

  71. Statistical inference on measures of niche overlap , with L. D. Mueller
    Ecology 66: 1204-1210
  72. 1985 [PDF] [68 Cites] [4.849]

  73. A Generalization of Theory on the Evolution of Modifier Genes,
    Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor
  74. 1984 [PDF] [16 Cites]

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