I would like to present the bisexual Galton-Watson branching process. The word "bisexual" indicates that we will be considering a population of two sexes--which will be designated as the usual male and female. Here is a brief overview of what I would like to cover.
- The bisexual process motivated: why is it needed?
- The standard Galton-Watson branching process.
- The state of affairs regarding two-sex models.
- The nuts and bolts of the bisexual Galton-Watson branching process (parameters defined and how it works).
- A review of published bisexual results to date.
- What is to come?
Hull, David M., "The Bisexual Galton-Watson Branching Process" (1989). ACMS Conference Proceedings 1989. 8.
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