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comment What does fitness really mean?
"As I said I don't want to talk practical issues but theoretical ones, therefore we will assume to work on a panmictic population of inifinite size evenly distributed into class age." infinite versus finite population is not a practical concern, but a very important theoretical distinction in particular if you have stochastic events.
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answered Book recommendations for algorithms used in evolutionary biology
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answered Structure of fitness landscapes in the NK model
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answered Is local equilibrium a reasonable assumption for evolutionary processes?
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comment How come that we “feel” it when someone's watching us
I think that this question would be a better fit at the Cognitive Sciences StackExchange.
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comment Macroevolution vs. microevolution
@dd3 no problem! It was a fun question and got me to think more carefully about the micro/macro distinction and actually write something down. I might end up making a blog post out of this later, so thanks for that! :D
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