Richard Timothy Durrett
- James B. Duke Professor of Mathematics
- Professor of Mathematics
- Director of Graduate Studies of Mathematics
Research Areas and Keywords
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
Calabrese, PP, Durrett, RT, and Aquadro, CF. "Dynamics of microsatellite divergence under stepwise mutation and proportional slippage/point mutation models." Genetics 159.2 (October 2001): 839-852.
Arkendra, DE, Ferguson, M, Sindi, S, and Durrett, R. "The equilibrium distribution for a generalized Sankoff-Ferretti model accurately predicts chromosome size distributions in a wide variety of species." Journal of Applied Probability 38.2 (2001): 324-334. Full Text
Durrett, R, and Limic, V. "On the quantity and quality of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the human genome." Stochastic Processes and their Applications 93.1 (2001): 1-24. Full Text
Sundell, NM, and Durrett, RT. "Exponential distance statistics to detect the effects of population subdivision." Theoretical Population Biology 60.2 (2001): 107-116. Full Text
Kruglyak, S, Durrett, R, Schug, MD, and Aquadro, CF. "Distribution and abundance of microsatellites in the yeast genome can be explained by a balance between slippage events and point mutations." Molecular Biology and Evolution 17.8 (2000): 1210-1219.
Broughton, RE, Stanley, SE, and Durrett, RT. "Quantification of homoplasy for nucleotide transitions and transversions and a reexamination of assumptions in weighted phylogenetic analysis." Systematic Biology 49.4 (2000): 617-627.