Richard Timothy Durrett
- James B. Duke Professor of Mathematics
- Professor of Mathematics
- Director of Graduate Studies of Mathematics
Research Areas and Keywords
Cox, T, and Durrett, R. "Erratum: The stepping stone model: New formulas expose old myths (The Annals of Applied Probability (2002) 12 (1348-1377))." Annals of Applied Probability 13.2 (2003): 816--.
Calabrese, P, and Durrett, R. "Dinucleotide repeats in the drosophila and human genomes have complex, length-dependent mutation processes." Molecular Biology and Evolution 20.5 (2003): 715-725. Full Text
York, TL, Durrett, R, and Nielsen, R. "Bayesian estimation of the number of inversions in the history of two chromosomes." Journal of Computational Biology 9.6 (2002): 805-818. Full Text
Durrett, R. "Mutual invadability implies coexistence in spatial models." Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 740 (2002).
Durrett, RT, Chen, K-Y, and Tanksley, SD. "A simple formula useful for positional cloning." Genetics 160.1 (2002): 353-355.
Cox, JT, and Durrett, R. "The stepping stone model: New formulas expose old myths." Annals of Applied Probability 12.4 (2002): 1348-1377. Full Text
Buttel, LA, Durrett, R, and Levin, SA. "Competition and Species Packing in Patchy Environments." Theoretical Population Biology 61.3 (2002): 265-276. Full Text
Durrett, R, and Limic, V. "A surprising poisson process arising from a species competition model." Stochastic Processes and their Applications 102.2 (2002): 301-309. Full Text