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Richard levins: evolution in changing environments

  1. Jun 13, 2008 #1
    Anyone read this little book?


    I'm about 20 pages in and having a really tough time understanding it. I find the mathematical notation to be unclear. I believe the book is based on a series of lectures given by Levins, so that might explain why it seems so terse. Details tend to get lost when you try to read notes of a lecture you didn't attend. If nothing else I'll just skim the book and try to glean some general ideas and results. But it will be a shame if I can't follow the math...the subject matter is very neat.
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