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According to Wikipedia, Samuel Karlin was an American mathematician at Stanford University in the late 20th century. Biography Karlin was born in Janów, Poland and immigrated to Chicago as a child. Raised in an Orthodox Jewish household, Karlin became an atheist in his teenage years and remained an atheist for the rest of his life. Later in life he told his three children, who all became scientists, that walking down the street without a yarmulke on his head for the first time was a milestone in his life.

- A First Course on Stochastic Processes (1968) (3971)
- Prediction of complete gene structures in human genomic DNA. (1997) (3950)
- A second course in stochastic processes (1981) (2930)
- Methods for assessing the statistical significance of molecular sequence features by using general scoring schemes. (1990) (1577)
- Tchebycheff Systems: With Applications in Analysis and Statistics. (1967) (1248)
- An introduction to stochastic modeling (1985) (652)
- Dinucleotide relative abundance extremes: a genomic signature. (1995) (634)
- Mathematical Methods and Theory in Games, Programming, and Economics (1961) (593)
- Finding the genes in genomic DNA. (1998) (573)
- Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (1962) (570)
- Classes of orderings of measures and related correlation inequalities. I. Multivariate totally positive distributions (1980) (569)
- Studies in the Mathematical Theory of Inventory and Production, by K.J. Arrow, S. Karlin, H. Scarf with contributions by M.J. Beckmann, J. Gessford, R.F. Muth. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, 1958, X p.340p., $ 8.75. (1959) (560)
- Compositional biases of bacterial genomes and evolutionary implications (1997) (429)
- The differential equations of birth-and-death processes, and the Stieltjes moment problem (1957) (418)
- Applications and statistics for multiple high-scoring segments in molecular sequences. (1993) (417)
- Methods and algorithms for statistical analysis of protein sequences. (1992) (382)
- Protein length in eukaryotic and prokaryotic proteomes (2005) (355)
- Over- and under-representation of short oligonucleotides in DNA sequences. (1992) (354)
- Comparative DNA analysis across diverse genomes. (1998) (344)
- Correlations between Shine-Dalgarno Sequences and Gene Features Such as Predicted Expression Levels and Operon Structures (2002) (316)
- Why is CpG suppressed in the genomes of virtually all small eukaryotic viruses but not in those of large eukaryotic viruses? (1994) (303)
- On Branching Processes with Random Environments: I: Extinction Probabilities (1971) (302)
- The classification of birth and death processes (1957) (297)
- Dynamic Inventory Policy with Varying Stochastic Demands (1960) (292)
- Detecting anomalous gene clusters and pathogenicity islands in diverse bacterial genomes. (2001) (281)
- What drives codon choices in human genes? (1996) (269)
- Optimal Experimental Designs (1966) (258)
- Genome signature comparisons among prokaryote, plasmid, and mitochondrial DNA. (1999) (249)
- Pervasive CpG suppression in animal mitochondrial genomes. (1994) (243)
- Strand compositional asymmetry in bacterial and large viral genomes. (1998) (243)
- Compositional differences within and between eukaryotic genomes. (1997) (232)
- The Theory of Decision Procedures for Distributions with Monotone Likelihood Ratio (1956) (230)
- Embedding of Urn Schemes into Continuous Time Markov Branching Processes and Related Limit Theorems (1968) (227)
- Codon usages in different gene classes of the Escherichia coli genome (1998) (227)
- Global dinucleotide signatures and analysis of genomic heterogeneity. (1998) (219)
- Predicted Highly Expressed Genes of Diverse Prokaryotic Genomes (2000) (212)
- On Sequential Designs for Maximizing the Sum of $n$ Observations (1956) (210)
- Amino acid runs in eukaryotic proteomes and disease associations (2002) (208)
- Geometry of Moment Spaces (1953) (206)
- Sibling and parent--offspring correlation estimation with variable family size. (1981) (198)
- Chance and statistical significance in protein and DNA sequence analysis. (1992) (197)
- Branching Processes with Random Environments, II: Limit Theorems (1971) (189)
- General two-locus selection models: some objectives, results and interpretations. (1975) (188)
- Heat Shock Protein 70 Family: Multiple Sequence Comparisons, Function, and Evolution (1998) (187)
- Patchiness and correlations in DNA sequences (1993) (184)
- Evolutionary Processes and Theory (1986) (182)
- Theoretical studies on sex ratio evolution. (1989) (180)
- COINCIDENT PROPERTIES OF BIRTH AND DEATH PROCESSES (1959) (180)
- Trinucleotide repeats and long homopeptides in genes and proteins associated with nervous system disease and development. (1996) (177)
- Genome-scale compositional comparisons in eukaryotes. (2001) (174)
- Conservation among HSP60 sequences in relation to structure, function, and evolution (2008) (173)
- Heterogeneity of genomes: measures and values. (1994) (172)
- Linkage and selection: two locus symmetric viability model. (1970) (172)
- ELEMENTS OF STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (1975) (170)
- Equilibrium behavior of population genetic models with non-random mating. Part II: Pedigrees, Homozygosity and Stochastic Models (1968) (169)
- Generalized convex inequalities (1963) (168)
- Comparisons of eukaryotic genomic sequences. (1994) (165)
- Branching processes with random environments (1970) (163)
- On a Theorem of Ville (1949) (153)
- Limit Distribution of Maximal Non-Aligned Two-Sequence Segmental Score (1994) (151)
- Many server queueing processes with Poisson input and exponential service times (1958) (150)
- Random temporal variation in selection intensities: case of large population size. (1974) (149)
- Characterizations of Highly Expressed Genes of Four Fast-Growing Bacteria (2001) (146)
- Limit distributions of maximal segmental score among Markov-dependent partial sums (1992) (145)
- Classes of orderings of measures and related correlation inequalities II. Multivariate reverse rule distributions (1980) (143)
- Studies in econometrics, time series, and multivariate statistics (1983) (143)
- Evolutionary conservation of RecA genes in relation to protein structure and function (1996) (141)
- LINEAR GROWTH, BIRTH AND DEATH PROCESSES (1958) (138)
- Why are human G-protein-coupled receptors predominantly intronless? (1999) (136)
- Molecular evolution of herpesviruses: genomic and protein sequence comparisons (1994) (134)
- Central Limit Theorems for Certain Infinite Urn Schemes (1967) (134)
- Evolutionary Comparisons of RecA-Like Proteins Across All Major Kingdoms of Living Organisms (1997) (132)
- On certain determinants whose elements are orthogonal polynomials (1960) (132)
- Bacterial classifications derived from recA protein sequence comparisons (1995) (125)
- Studies in applied probability and management science (1962) (124)
- Statistical analyses of counts and distributions of restriction sites in DNA sequences. (1992) (123)
- Population genetics and ecology (1976) (122)
- Statistical Composition of High-Scoring Segments from Molecular Sequences (1990) (116)
- Admissibility for Estimation with Quadratic Loss (1958) (116)
- MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, 1959 (1960) (113)
- Inventory Models of the Arrow-Harris-Marschak Type with Time Lag (2005) (113)
- Geometrical Properties of the Unit Sphere of Banach Algebras (1955) (112)
- Temporal fluctuations in selection intensities: Case of small population size (1974) (110)
- Some random walks arising in learning models. I. (1953) (107)
- The extended environment of mononuclear metal centers in protein structures. (1997) (106)
- New approaches for computer analysis of nucleic acid sequences. (1983) (104)
- Studies in spline functions and approximation theory (1976) (97)
- Human cytomegalovirus origin of DNA replication (oriLyt) resides within a highly complex repetitive region. (1992) (96)
- Similarities and dissimilarities of phage genomes. (1996) (96)
- Ehrenfest urn models (1965) (93)
- Polya Type Distributions, II (1957) (92)
- Some inequalities for the spectral radius of non-negative matrices and applications (1975) (90)
- Analysis of biochemical genetic data on Jewish populations: II. Results and interpretations of heterogeneity indices and distance measures with respect to standards. (1979) (89)
- Classification of mononuclear zinc metal sites in protein structures. (1997) (88)
- Contrasts in codon usage of latent versus productive genes of Epstein-Barr virus: data and hypotheses (1990) (85)
- Frequent oligonucleotides and peptides of the Haemophilus influenzae genome. (1996) (83)
- Computational DNA sequence analysis. (1994) (83)
- Detecting Alien Genes in Bacterial Genomes a (1999) (83)
- Poisson Approximations for $r$-Scan Processes (1992) (83)
- Measures of residue density in protein structures. (1999) (82)
- Iteration of positive approximation operators (1970) (78)
- Total Positivity Properties of Absolute Value Multinormal Variables with Applications to Confidence Interval Estimates and Related Probabilistic Inequalities (1981) (78)
- Association of charge clusters with functional domains of cellular transcription factors. (1989) (77)
- An efficient algorithm for identifying matches with errors in multiple long molecular sequences. (1991) (77)
- Heat shock protein 60 sequence comparisons: duplications, lateral transfer, and mitochondrial evolution. (2000) (77)
- Very long charge runs in systemic lupus erythematosus-associated autoantigens. (1991) (77)
- OPTIMAL POLICY FOR DYNAMIC INVENTORY PROCESS WITH NON-STATIONARY STOCHASTIC DEMANDS (1960) (76)
- Genes, pseudogenes, and Alu sequence organization across human chromosomes 21 and 22 (2002) (75)
- On a Genetics Model of Moran (1962) (74)
- Statistical methods and insights for protein and DNA sequences. (1991) (74)
- A symmetric-iterated multiple alignment of protein sequences. (1998) (72)
- Polya Type Distributions of Convolutions (1960) (72)
- Counts of long aligned word matches among random letter sequences (1987) (72)
- Geometry of interplanar residue contacts in protein structures. (1994) (72)
- Clusters of charged residues in protein three-dimensional structures. (1996) (71)
- Chebyshevian Spline Functions (1966) (70)
- Predicting Coding Potential from Genome Sequence: Application to Betaherpesviruses Infecting Rats and Mice (2005) (70)
- Highly expressed and alien genes of the Synechocystis genome. (2001) (70)
- Strong limit theorems of empirical functionals for large exceedances of partial sums of i (1991) (69)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance: I. Multivariate formulations and basic convergence results. (1979) (69)
- Solutions of Discrete, Two-Person Games (1949) (69)
- Measuring residue associations in protein structures. Possible implications for protein folding. (1994) (69)
- Predicted highly expressed and putative alien genes of Deinococcus radiodurans and implications for resistance to ionizing radiation damage (2001) (65)
- Efficient algorithms for molecular sequence analysis. (1988) (63)
- Linear birth and death processes with killing (1982) (62)
- Statistical significance of sequence patterns in proteins. (1995) (61)
- Classifications and comparisons of multilocus recombination distributions. (1978) (60)
- Path analysis in genetic epidemiology: a critique. (1983) (60)
- Population Subdivision and Selection Migration Interaction (1976) (60)
- Predicted highly expressed genes in archaeal genomes. (2005) (59)
- Embeddability of discrete time simple branching processes into continuous time branching processes (1968) (59)
- Total positivity, absorption probabilities and applications (1964) (59)
- Some statistical problems in the assessment of inhomogeneities of DNA sequence data (1991) (58)
- Associations between human disease genes and overlapping gene groups and multiple amino acid runs (2002) (58)
- Random temporal variation in selection intensities: One-locus two-allele model (1975) (57)
- On the renewal equation. (1955) (56)
- Rates of Approach to Homozygosity for Finite Stochastic Models with Variable Population Size (1968) (56)
- Limit Theorems for the Split Times of Branching Processes (1967) (56)
- Comparative analysis of gene expression among low G+C gram-positive genomes. (2004) (55)
- Classical diffusion processes and total positivity (1960) (55)
- Bases in Banach spaces (1948) (54)
- Optimal Policy for Dynamic Inventory Process with Stochastic Demands Subject to Seasonal Variations (1960) (53)
- Assortative mating based on phenotype. I. Two alleles with dominance. (1969) (53)
- Applications of Anova Type Decompositions for Comparisons of Conditional Variance Statistics Including Jackknife Estimates (1982) (52)
- M-Matrices as covariance matrices of multinormal distributions☆ (1983) (52)
- Assortative mating based on phenotype. II. Two autosomal alleles without dominance. (1969) (51)
- The structure of dynamic programing models (1955) (50)
- On a Theorem of P. Nowosad (1967) (50)
- Multivariate splines: a probabilistic perspective (1986) (50)
- A natural class of multilocus recombination processes and related measures of crossover interference (1979) (48)
- Maximal Length of Common Words Among Random Letter Sequences (1988) (47)
- Charge configurations in viral proteins. (1988) (46)
- Embedding iterates of analytic functions with two fixed points into continuous groups (1968) (46)
- Critical Phenomena for Sequence Matching with Scoring (1994) (46)
- Principles of polymorphism and epistasis for multilocus systems. (1979) (45)
- Significant dispersed recurrent DNA sequences in the Escherichia coli genome. Several new groups. (1993) (45)
- The existence of eigenvalues for integral operators (1964) (45)
- Total positivity, interpolation by splines, and Green's functions of differential operators (1971) (45)
- Total positivity, interpolation by splines, and Green's functions of differential operators (1971) (45)
- Characterizations of diverse residue clusters in protein three-dimensional structures. (1996) (44)
- Multiple-alphabet amino acid sequence comparisons of the immunoglobulin kappa-chain constant domain. (1985) (44)
- The evolution of dominance: a direct approach through the theory of linkage and selection. (1971) (44)
- Heterogeneity of genome and proteome content in bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes. (2002) (44)
- A chimeric prokaryotic ancestry of mitochondria and primitive eukaryotes. (1999) (43)
- Numerical studies on two-loci selection models with general viabilities. (1975) (43)
- Interpolation properties of generalized perfect splines and the solutions of certain extremal problems. I (1975) (43)
- Models of Intergenerational Kin Altruism (1987) (42)
- The fundamental theorem of algebra for monosplines satisfying boundary conditions (1972) (42)
- Assessments of DNA inhomogeneities in yeast chromosome III. (1993) (42)
- Central equilibria in multilocus systems. I. Generalized nonepistatic selection regimes. (1979) (42)
- On the evolution of altruism by kin selection. (1984) (42)
- An Introduction to Stochastic Modeling Ed. 4 (2011) (42)
- The eleventh R. A. Fisher Memorial Lecture - Kin selection and altruism (1983) (41)
- Predicting gene expression levels from codon biases in α-proteobacterial genomes (2003) (41)
- A method to identify distinctive charge configurations in protein sequences, with application to human herpesvirus polypeptides. (1989) (41)
- The fundamental theorem of algebra for Tchebycheffian monosplines (1967) (41)
- Moment inequalities of Pólya frequency functions. (1961) (40)
- Quantile distributions of amino acid usage in protein classes. (1992) (40)
- Identification of significant sequence patterns in proteins. (1990) (39)
- Comparisons of positive assortative mating and sexual selection models. (1978) (39)
- Matrix games, programming, and mathematical economics (1959) (39)
- Further analysis of negative assortative mating. (1968) (37)
- Index measures for assessing the mode of inheritance of continuously distributed traits: I, theory and justifications. (1979) (37)
- GAMES WITH CONTINUOUS, CONVEX PAY-OFF (1949) (37)
- The Existence of a Protected Polymorphism Under Conditions of Soft as Opposed to Hard Selection in a Multideme Population System (1981) (35)
- Frequent oligonucleotide motifs in genomes of three streptococci. (2002) (35)
- Decision Theory for Pólya Type Distributions. Case of Two Actions, I (1956) (35)
- Distributions Possessing a Monotone Likelihood Ratio (1956) (35)
- Bacterial DNA strand compositional asymmetry. (1999) (35)
- Convergence to equilibrium of the two locus additive viability model (1970) (35)
- Some natural viability systems for a multiallelic locus: a theoretical study. (1981) (35)
- Some Mathematical Models of Population Genetics (1972) (35)
- Entropy inequalities for classes of probability distributions I. The univariate case (1981) (34)
- On Hermite-Birkhoff interpolation (1972) (34)
- Selection-Migration Structures and Conditions for a Protected Polymorphism (2010) (34)
- Sequence anomalies in the Cag7 gene of the Helicobacter pylori pathogenicity island. (1999) (33)
- Probability, Statistics, and Mathematics: Papers in Honor of Samuel Karlin (1989) (33)
- Assessment of inhomogeneities in an E. coli physical map. (1991) (33)
- Analysis of central equilibria in multilocus systems: A generalized symmetric viability regime☆ (1981) (33)
- Genomics: Annotation of the Drosophila genome (2001) (32)
- Genetic analysis of the Stanford LRC family study data. I. Structured exploratory data analysis of height and weight measurements. (1981) (32)
- Statistical signals in bioinformatics. (2005) (32)
- Some monotonicity properties of Schur powers of matrices and related inequalities (1985) (31)
- Best quadrature formulas and splines (1971) (31)
- Some variational problems on certain Sobolev spaces and perfect splines (1973) (31)
- Analysis of genetic data on Jewish populations. I. Historical background, demographic features, and genetic markers. (1979) (31)
- Mathematical models, problems, and controversies of evolutionary theory (1984) (31)
- Distinguishing features of delta-proteobacterial genomes. (2006) (31)
- How are close residues of protein structures distributed in primary sequence? (1995) (29)
- Statistical methods for assessing linkage disequilibrium at the HLA‐A, B, C loci (1981) (29)
- Theoretical models of genetic map functions. (1984) (29)
- Gene frequency patterns in the Levene subdivided population model. (1977) (28)
- Direct Product Branching Processes and Related Induced Markoff Chains I. Calculations of Rates of Approach to Homozygosity (1965) (28)
- Genome comparisons and analysis. (2003) (28)
- Strong Limit Theorems of Empirical Distributions for Large Segmental Exceedances of Partial Sums of Markov Variables (1991) (28)
- COMPARISON OF MEASURES, MULTIVARIATE MAJORIZATION, AND APPLICATIONS TO STATISTICS (1983) (28)
- Too many leucine zippers? (1989) (28)
- On the optimal sex ratio. (1983) (27)
- Coincident probabilities and applications in combinatorics (1988) (27)
- Occupation Time Laws for Birth and Death Processes (1961) (27)
- Some Theoretical Analyses of Migration Selection Interaction in a Cline: A Generalized Two Range Environment (1976) (27)
- Distinctive features of large complex virus genomes and proteomes (2007) (27)
- On the optimal sex-ratio: A stability analysis based on a characterization for one-locus multiallele viability models (1984) (27)
- Predicting gene expression levels from codon biases in alpha-proteobacterial genomes. (2003) (26)
- Analysis of models with homozygote x heterozygote matings. (1968) (26)
- Genomic and proteomic comparisons between bacterial and archaeal genomes and related comparisons with the yeast and fly genomes. (2005) (26)
- Correlation analysis of amino acid usage in protein classes. (1992) (26)
- THE THEORY OF INFINITE GAMES (1953) (26)
- Selection-migration regimes characterized by a globally stable equilibrium. (1980) (25)
- Significant similarity and dissimilarity in homologous proteins. (1992) (25)
- Which bacterium is the ancestor of the animal mitochondrial genome? (1994) (25)
- Comparative statistics for DNA and protein sequences: single sequence analysis. (1985) (25)
- SIMULTANEOUS STABILITY OF D=0 AND D≠0 FOR MULTIPLICATIVE VIABILITIES AT TWO LOCI (1978) (25)
- Linkage and selection: new equilibrium properties of the two-locus symmetric viability model. (1969) (24)
- Spectral theory of branching processes. I (1966) (24)
- Random temporal variation in selection intensities acting on infinite diploid populations: diffusion method analysis. (1975) (24)
- SOLUTIONS OF CONVEX GAMES AS FIXED-POINTS, (1951) (24)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance: II. The covariance structure for a scalar phenotype under selective assortative mating and sex-dependent symmetric parental-transmission. (1979) (24)
- Representation of nonepistatic selection models and analysis of multilocus Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium configurations (1979) (23)
- Structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) for determining mode of inheritance of quantitative traits. I. Simulation studies on the effect of background distributions. (1981) (23)
- Inequalities for Symmetric Sampling Plans I (1974) (23)
- Extreme points of vector functions (1953) (23)
- Genetic analysis of the Stanford LRC family study data. II. Structured exploratory data analysis of lipids and lipoproteins. (1981) (23)
- 13. ON A THEOREM OF VILLE (1951) (23)
- Determinants of orthogonal polynomials (1962) (22)
- A theoretical and numerical assessment of genetic variability. (1981) (22)
- A generalized Cauchy-Binet formula and applications to total positivity and majorization (1988) (21)
- Statistical studies of biomolecular sequences: score-based methods. (1994) (21)
- Unusual charge configurations in transcription factors of the basic RNA polymerase II initiation complex. (1993) (21)
- Criteria for extinction of certain population growth processes with interacting types (1973) (21)
- Central Equilibria in Multilocus Systems. II. Bisexual Generalized Nonepistatic Selection Models. (1979) (21)
- Comparative statistics for DNA and protein sequences: multiple sequence analysis (1985) (20)
- On a class of best nonlinear approximation problems (1972) (20)
- The detection of particular genotypes in finite populations. II. The effects of partial penetrance and family structure. (1981) (19)
- Mathematical methods in the social sciences, 1959 : proceedings of the first Stanford Symposium (1962) (19)
- Conditioned Limit Theorems (1963) (19)
- Maximum Packet Rates for Full - Duplex Ethernet (2002) (18)
- REDUCTION OF CERTAIN CLASSES OF GAMES TO INTEGRAL EQUATIONS (1951) (18)
- Significant potential secondary structures in the Epstein-Barr virus genome. (1986) (18)
- Protection of Recessive and Dominant Traits in a Subdivided Population with General Migration Structure (1977) (18)
- The detection of a recessive visible gene in finite populations (1981) (18)
- Oscillation Properties of Generalized Characteristic Polynomials for Totally Positive and Positive Definite Matrices (1974) (18)
- Association arrays in assessing forms of dependencies between bivariate random variables. (1983) (17)
- Direct Product Branching Processes and Related Induced Markoff Chains (1965) (17)
- The role of the poisson progeny distribution in population genetic models (1968) (17)
- A CLASS OF DIFFUSION PROCESSES WITH KILLING ARISING IN POPULATION GENETICS (1983) (17)
- Some population genetic models combining sexual selection with assortative mating (1978) (16)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance: IV. Asymmetric transmission for a scalar phenotype. (1979) (16)
- Genomic comparisons among γ‐proteobacteria (2006) (16)
- A criterion for stability--instability at fixation states involving an eigenvalue one with applications in population genetics. (1982) (16)
- The detection of particular genotypes in finite populations. I. Natural selection effects. (1981) (16)
- Comparative DNA sequence features in two long Escherichia coli contigs. (1993) (16)
- The two-locus multi-allele additive viability model (1978) (16)
- Theoretical recombination processes incorporating interference effects. (1994) (16)
- The use of multiple alphabets in kappa‐gene immunoglobulin DNA sequence comparisons. (1985) (16)
- Evidence for selective evolution in codon usage in conserved amino acid segments of human alphaherpesvirus proteins (1991) (16)
- COMPOUNDING STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (1968) (16)
- A class of indices to assess major-gene versus polygenic inheritance of distributive variables. (1979) (16)
- Comparative statistics for DNA and protein sequences: multiple sequence analysis. (1985) (15)
- Generalized renewal functions and stationary inventory models (1962) (15)
- Analysis of biochemical genetic data on Jewish populations. III. The application of individual phenotype measurements for population comparisons. (1982) (15)
- Sexual selection encounter models (1979) (15)
- Atom density in protein structures. (1999) (15)
- Polya Type Distributions IV. Some Principles of Selecting a Single Procedure from a Complete Class (1958) (14)
- DNA sequence comparisons of the human, mouse, and rabbit immunoglobulin kappa gene. (1985) (14)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance: III. Calculation of covariance of relatives under selective assortative mating. (1979) (14)
- A phenotypic symmetric selection model for three loci, two alleles: the case of tight linkage. (1976) (14)
- A variation-diminishing generalized spline approximation method☆ (1968) (14)
- Variable spatial selection with two stages of migrations and comparisons between different timings. (1977) (14)
- LARGE EXCEEDANCES FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL LEVY PROCESSES (1994) (14)
- Maximal success durations for a semi-Markov process (1987) (13)
- Periodic boundary-value problems with cyclic totally positive Green's functions with applications to periodic Spline theory (1970) (13)
- Extended metal environments of cytochrome c oxidase structures. (1998) (12)
- The rate of production of recombinants between linked genes in finite populations (1967) (12)
- Association arrays for the study of familial height, weight, lipid, and lipoprotein similarity in three West Coast populations. (1982) (12)
- Algorithms for identifying local molecular sequence features (1988) (12)
- structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) for determining mode of inheritance of quantitative traits. II. simulation studies on the effect of ascertaining families through high-valued probands. (1981) (11)
- Some inequalities for generalized concave functions (1975) (11)
- Polymorphism in subdivided populations characterised by a major and subordinate demes3 (1980) (11)
- Measuring interference in the chiasma renewal formation process (1983) (11)
- Permutation methods for the structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) of familial trait values. (1984) (11)
- SOME APPLICATIONS OF A THEOREM ON CONVEX FUNCTIONS (1950) (11)
- A diffusion process with killing: the time to formation of recurrent deleterious mutant genes☆ (1982) (11)
- Some Limit Theorems on Distributional Patterns of Balls in Urns (1991) (11)
- A Game of Aiming and Evasion (1954) (10)
- Some population genetic models combining artificial and natural selection pressures. (1974) (10)
- Analysis of partial assortative mating and sexual selection models for a polygamous species involving a trait based on levels of heterozygosity. (1978) (10)
- The number of stable equilibria for the classical one-locus multiallele selection model (1980) (10)
- Orthogonal properties of independent functions (1949) (10)
- R. A. Fisher and Evolutionary Theory (1992) (10)
- ALTRUISTIC BEHAVIOR IN SIBLING GROUPS WITH UNRELATED INTRUDERS (1986) (9)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance. VI. Formulas and properties of the vector phenotype equilibrium covariance matrix. (1980) (9)
- Exact Formulas for Multitype Run Statistic in a Random Ordering (1993) (9)
- Polya-type Distributions, III: Admissibility for Multi-Action Problems (1957) (9)
- Models of multifactorial inheritance. V. Linear assortative mating as against selective (nonlinear) assortative mating. (1980) (9)
- Central equilibria in multilocus systems (1979) (9)
- Some population genetic models combining artificial and natural selection pressures: I. one-locus theory. (1975) (9)
- Geometry of Reduced Moment Spaces. (1949) (8)
- Global convergence properties in multilocus viability selection models: the additive model and the Hardy-Weinberg law (1990) (8)
- A comparative analysis of distinctive features of yeast protein sequences (1993) (8)
- Structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) of finger ridge-count inheritance: I. Major gene index, midparental correlation, and offspring-between-parents function in 125 south Indian families. (1983) (8)
- An assortative mating encounter model3 (1979) (8)
- Some applications to inequalities of the method of generalized convexity (1976) (8)
- Detecting Particular Genotypes in Populations Under Nonrandom Mating (1982) (8)
- Spectral representation of branching processes. II (1966) (8)
- Derivation of the eigenvalues of the configuration process induced by a labeled direct product branching process. (1975) (8)
- Analysis of central equilibrium configurations for certain multi-locus systems in subdivided populations (1978) (8)
- Charge configurations in oncogene products and transforming proteins. (1990) (7)
- Comparative analysis of human and bovine papillomaviruses. (1984) (7)
- Equilibria for genetic systems with weak interaction (1972) (7)
- Equilibrium behavior of population genetic models with non-random mating. Part I: Preliminaries and special mating systems (1968) (7)
- The environment of multinuclear copper metal linkages in protein structures (1998) (7)
- Some extremal problems for eigenvalues of certain matrix and integral operators (1972) (7)
- Generalized absolutely monotone functions (1965) (7)
- TOTAL POSITIVITY OF FUNDAMENTAL SOLUTIONS OF PARABOLIC EQUATIONS (1962) (7)
- Entropy inequalities for classes of probability distributions II. The multivariate case (1981) (7)
- Sexual selection at a multiallelic locus with complete or partial dominance1 (1981) (7)
- Unconditional convergence in Banach spaces (1948) (7)
- ON A CLASS OF GAMES (1951) (7)
- A class of cumulant plots for assessing mode and asymmetry of transmission of a quantitative trait (1982) (6)
- The reduction property for central polymorphisms in nonepistatic systems. (1982) (6)
- Evolutionary aspects and sensitivity studies of some major gene models. (1978) (6)
- Alignment maps and homology analysis of the J-C intron in human, mouse, and rabbit immunoglobulin kappa gene. (1985) (6)
- Approaches in modeling mode of inheritance with distributed traits. (1979) (6)
- Some multiallele partial assortative mating systems for a polygamous species. (1978) (6)
- Inventory Models and Related Stochastic Processes (2013) (6)
- Central limit theorems of partial sums for large segmental values (1993) (6)
- Note on a Moving Single Server Problem (1959) (6)
- Preferential mating in symmetric multilocus systems: stability conditions of the central equilibrium. (1982) (6)
- Prokaryotic Genome-Wide Comparisons and Evolutionary Implications (1998) (6)
- Genomic comparisons among gamma-proteobacteria. (2006) (6)
- Permutation methods for the structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) of total cholesterol measured in five Israeli populations. (1985) (5)
- Applications of Statistical Criteria in Protein Sequence Analysis: Case Study of Yeast RNA Polymerase II Subunits (1994) (5)
- Structured Exploratory Data Analysis Applied to Mode of Inheritance† †Supported by National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Contract # N01-HV-2161, NIH Grants 5R01 GM10452-18 and NHL-BI-712161-L, and NSF Grant MCS79-24310. (1983) (5)
- Shapes of velocity curves in multiunit enzyme kinetic systems (1980) (5)
- 14. POLYNOMIAL GAMES (1951) (5)
- Molecular Evolution ofHerpesviruses: Genomic andProtein Sequence Comparisons (1994) (5)
- On the spectral representation of branching processes with mean one (1968) (5)
- Markov Chains: Introduction (1984) (5)
- Some elementary integrability theorems for special transforms (1970) (5)
- An Introduction to Stochastic Modelin: Fourth Edition (2010) (5)
- COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS IN DNA AND PROTEIN SEQUENCES (1986) (5)
- $r$-scan statistics of a marker array in multiple sequences derived from a common progenitor (2000) (5)
- Some population genetic models combining artificial and natural selection pressures: II. two-locus theory. (1975) (5)
- A remark on B-splines (1970) (5)
- Association arrays for comparing familial total cholesterol, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, and triglyceride similarity in the Israeli population by country of origin. (1982) (5)
- Distinctive charge configurations in proteins of the Epstein-Barr virus and possible functions. (1988) (5)
- The Long Run Behavior of Markov Chains (1984) (5)
- r-scan statistics of a Poisson process with events transformed by duplications, deletions, and displacements (2007) (4)
- $r$-scan extremal statistics of inhomogeneous Poisson processes (2004) (4)
- Assessing inhomogeneities in bacterial long genomic sequences (1997) (4)
- Properties of the Stationary Measure of the Critical Case Simple Branching Process (1967) (4)
- Some Inequalities of Total Positivity in Pure and Applied Mathematics (1996) (4)
- Oscillation properties of eigenvectors of strictly totally positive matrices (1965) (4)
- Decision Processes and Functional Equations (1952) (4)
- A study of familial resemblance for two cognitive psychometric tests by permutation analyses (1985) (4)
- Structured exploratory data analysis (SEDA) of finger ridge-count inheritance: II. Association arrays in parent-offspring and sib-sib pairs. (1983) (4)
- Chapter 7 – BROWNIAN MOTION (1975) (4)
- Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences, 1959: Proceedings of the First Stanford Symposium. (1963) (4)
- Mathematical Genetics: A Hybrid Seed for Educators to Sow (1972) (3)
- Random replacement schemes and multivariate majorization (1984) (3)
- Comments on statistical methodology in medical genetics. (1979) (3)
- 14. AN INFINITE MOVE GAME WITH A LAG (1958) (3)
- Evolution of sexual preferences in quantitative characters. (1990) (3)
- Distinguishing features of (cid:1) -proteobacterial genomes (2006) (3)
- Uniqueness of stationary measures for branching processes and applications (1967) (3)
- Some Properties of Determinants of Orthogonal Polynomials (1975) (3)
- 20. ON GAMES DESCRIBED BY BELL SHAPED KERNELS (1958) (3)
- 15. GAMES WITH CONTINUOUS, CONVEX PAY-OFF (1951) (3)
- Preferential mating in symmetric multilocus systems. (1981) (3)
- THE DEFINITION OF A GAME AND THE MIN-MAX THEOREM (1959) (3)
- Continuous Games. (1951) (3)
- Poisson approximations for conditional r-scan lengths of multiple renewal processes and application to marker arrays in biomolecular sequences (2000) (3)
- Markoc Chains on Hypercubes: Spectral Representations and Several Mahorization Relations (1993) (3)
- A new significant recurrent dyad pairing in Haemophilus influenzae. (1996) (3)
- Levels of multiallelic overdominance fitness, heterozygote excess and heterozygote deficiency. (1990) (3)
- 19. MULTISTAGE POKER MODELS (1958) (3)
- Chapter 5 – RENEWAL PROCESSES (1975) (2)
- Multistage Statistical Decision Procedures (1957) (2)
- Misconceptions in "Trials of Structured Exploratory Data Analysis". (1983) (2)
- Permutation analyses of familial association arrays for lipoprotein concentrations in families of the Stanford Five City Project. (1987) (2)
- New Directions and Problems of Multivariate Total Positivity Motivated by Genetic Recombination Probabilities (1996) (2)
- Evolution of Genome Structures (2002) (2)
- A model for the development of the tandem repeat units in the EBV ori-P region and a discussion of their possible function (2005) (2)
- Footnote by William G. Cochran (1967) (2)
- Total positivity absorption probabilities and applications (1961) (2)
- Chapter 2 – MARKOV CHAINS (1968) (2)
- Measures of enzyme co-operativity. (1980) (2)
- GAMES OF TIMING OF ONE ACTION FOR EACH PLAYER (1959) (2)
- Codon Signature Extremes In Eukaryote genomes (2006) (2)
- A Bayes Model in Sequential Design (1954) (2)
- 12. OPERATOR TREATMENT OF MINMAX PRINCIPLE (1951) (2)
- A Mathematical Treatment of Learning Models (1952) (2)
- Chapter 1 – ELEMENTS OF STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (1968) (1)
- Path Analysis in Genetic Epidemiology and Alternatives (1987) (1)
- IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM HAMILTON: Evolution of Social and Behavioral Genetic Traits (2001) (1)
- THE APRIL MEETING IN BERKELEY (2007) (1)
- CONTINUOUS TIME MARKOV CHAINS (1984) (1)
- Characterization of moment points in terms of Christoffel numbers (1967) (1)
- Total Positivity and Variation Diminishing Transformations (1988) (1)
- ORDER STATISTICS, POISSON PROCESSES, AND APPLICATIONS (1968) (1)
- CLASSICAL EXAMPLES OF CONTINUOUS TIME MARKOV CHAINS (1975) (1)
- Comparative Analysis of Human and Bovine (1998) (1)
- Geometry and Moment Spaces (1952) (1)
- Genetic data in Jewish populations: 1. Historical background demographic features and genetic markets (1979) (1)
- Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions. DavidBlackwell and M. A. Girshick. Wiley, New York;Chapman & Hall, London, 1954. xi + 355 pp. Illus.$7.50 (1954) (1)
- On choosing combinations of weapons (1963) (1)
- The range of stability of a polymorphic linkage equilibrium state in a two-locus two-allele selection model (1980) (1)
- Interdisciplinary Meandering in Science (2002) (1)
- John Maynard Smith and recombination. (2005) (1)
- Some matrix linear fractional transformations and their properties (1979) (1)
- THE SUMMER MEETING IN MADISON 1043 (2007) (1)
- Theoretical Studies on Sex Ratio Evolution. (MPB-22), Volume 22 (1986) (1)
- Some Simple Nonlinear Models (1952) (0)
- On a minimax theorem and its applications to functional analysis. (2009) (0)
- Charge configurations in viral proteins ( charge clusters / charge patterns / regulatory proteins ) (0)
- GAMES WITH CONVEX KERNELS AND GENERALIZED CONVEX KERNELS (1959) (0)
- Efficiency of linear estimators under heavy-tailedness: convolutions of [alpha]-symmetric distributions. (2006) (0)
- Modelers to the Rescue (2012) (0)
- 6 – Continuous Time Markov Chains (2011) (0)
- Book Reviews: Cardano, the Gambling Scholar (1954) (0)
- 980. Evolution of Recom- Bination in a Constant Environment (1996) (0)
- Simultaneous Stability of D=0 and D not equal0 for Multiplicative Viabilities at Two Loci. (1978) (0)
- GAMES OF TIMING: Continued (1959) (0)
- Classifications and comparisons of multilocus recombination distributions ( linkage values / recombination-segregation distribution / nodule count-location processes / natural and more recombination ) (0)
- Some assortative mating models based on phenotype classes determined by a dominance ordering of multiple alleles (1982) (0)
- Chapter 8 – BRANCHING PROCESSES (1975) (0)
- DNA sequence patterns in human, mouse, and rabbit immunoglobulin kappa-genes (2005) (0)
- POKER AND GENERAL PARLOR GAMES (1959) (0)
- DETERMINISTIC AND STOCHASTIC GENETIC AND ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES (1968) (0)
- Editorial help (2004) (0)
- Recent developments in SEDA. (1984) (0)
- CHAPTER FIVE. Some Multilocus Sex Determination Systems (1986) (0)
- Significant Segment Alignment of Pairs of Protein Sequences from Animals, Plants and Fungi (1999) (0)
- CHAPTER FOUR. Examples and Special Results for Two- and Three-Allele Sex Determination Models (1986) (0)
- OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 3 / 103 KC Border Introduction to Probability and Statistics Winter 2015 Lecture 13 : Markov Chains and Martinagles (0)
- THE SUMMER MEETING IN ANN ARBOR (2007) (0)
- Pólya frequency functions and sequences (1988) (0)
- 9 - Queueing Systems (2011) (0)
- THE EXISTENCE OF EIGENVALUES FOR INTEGRAL OPERATORS!1) (2010) (0)
- 7 – Renewal Phenomena (2011) (0)
- Chapter 10 – BROWNIAN MOTION (1968) (0)
- 5 – Poisson Processes (2011) (0)
- Chapter 14 – QUEUEING PROCESSES (1968) (0)
- ISCB/SPRINGER series in computational biology (2014) (0)
- THE BASIC LIMIT THEOREM OF MARKOV CHAINS AND APPLICATIONS (1975) (0)
- SEPARABLE AND POLYNOMIAL GAMES (1959) (0)
- SIGNIFICANTSEGMENTALIGNMENTOF PAIRS OF PROTEIN SEQUENCESFROM ANIMALS, PLANTS AND FUNGL (1999) (0)
- CHAPTER ONE. Problems, Background, and Summary (1986) (0)
- [60–1] On Certain Differential-Integral Equations (1982) (0)
- Functionality and Evolutionary History of the Chaperonins in Thermophilic Archaea. A Bioinformatical Perspective (2004) (0)
- Chapter 7 – CLASSICAL EXAMPLES OF CONTINUOUS TIME MARKOV CHAINS (1968) (0)
- GEOMETRY OF RED UCED MOMENT SPA CES (2005) (0)
- On certain differential-integral equations (1959) (0)
- SUMS OF INDEPENDENT RANDOM VARIABLES AS A MARKOV CHAIN (1968) (0)
- Bacterial DNA strand compositional (1999) (0)
- Some Population Genetic Models Combini Selection Pressures (1974) (0)
- THE NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF INFINITE GAMES (1959) (0)
- Solutions of certain functional equations (1996) (0)
- Chapter 11 – BRANCHING PROCESSES (1968) (0)
- CHAPTER TEN. Concluding Observations and Open Problems (1986) (0)
- RATIO THEOREMS OF TRANSITION PROBABILITIES AND APPLICATIONS (1968) (0)
- ORTHOGONAL PROPERTIES OF INDEPENDENT (2010) (0)
- Iteration of Analytic Functions of Several Variables (2015) (0)
- 10 – Random Evolutions (2011) (0)
- Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions . David Blackwell and M. A. Girshick. Wiley, New York; Chapman & Hall, London, 1954. xi + 355 pp. Illus. $7.50 (1954) (0)
- Chapter 3 – THE BASIC LIMIT THEOREM OF MARKOV CHAINS AND APPLICATIONS (1968) (0)
- Genome Signature Comparisons of the Proteobacteria (2004) (0)
- Branching Processes and Population Growth (1984) (0)
- 11 – Characteristic Functions and Their Applications (2011) (0)
- Ma 3 / 103 KC Border Introduction to Probability and Statistics Winter 2017 Lecture 15 : Markov Chains and Martingales (0)
- Review: Baruch Germanski, Axioms of the Natural Numbers (1946) (0)
- Conditional Probability and Conditional Expectation (1984) (0)
- 8 – Brownian Motion and Related Processes (2011) (0)
- Efficient algorithms for molecular sequence analysis (repeats/dyad symmetries/alignment maps/algorithm) (2003) (0)
- STAT 650 - Applied Stochastic Processes - Spring 2014 Course Syllabus (2014) (0)
- Multiple-alphabet amino acid sequence comparisons of the immunoglobulin c-chain constant domain ( codon preferences / sequence conservation / a-sheet interactions ) (0)
- Probabilistic models and computational algorithms for some problems from molecular sequence analysis (1989) (0)
- Volume I: Joseph Berkson, Estimation by Least Squares and by Maximum Likeli- (1957) (0)
- INFINITE CLASSICAL GAMES NOT PLAYED OVER THE UNIT SQUARE (1959) (0)
- ON THE HOMOLOGY AND HOMOTOPY DECOMPOSITION OF CONTINUOUS MAPS (0)
- ALGEBRAIC METHODS IN MARKOV CHAINS (1968) (0)
- Chapter 9 – STATIONARY PROCESSES (1975) (0)
- Chapter 8 – CONTINUOUS TIME MARKOV CHAINS (1968) (0)
- A Generalized Cauchy-Binet Formula and Applications to Total Positivity and Majorization**Supported in part by NIH Grants GM10452 and 1R01-39907-01 and NSF Grant MC582–15131. (1989) (0)
- CHAPTER 7 – MISCELLANEOUS GAMES* (1959) (0)
- ANOTHER LOOK AT CHEBYSHEV SYSTEMS (2010) (0)
- WhyIsCpGSuppressed intheGenomesofVirtually AllSmall Eukaryotic Viruses butNotinThoseofLarge Eukaryotic Viruses (1994) (0)

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