Amandine Veber
Amandine Veber
CNRS, Université de Paris
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The infinitesimal model: Definition, derivation, and implications
NH Barton, AM Etheridge, A Véber
Theoretical population biology 118, 50-73, 2017
A new model for evolution in a spatial continuum
N Barton, A Etheridge, A Véber
Modelling evolution in a spatial continuum
NH Barton, AM Etheridge, A Véber
Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2013 (01), P01002, 2013
Sheltering of deleterious mutations explains the stepwise extension of recombination suppression on sex chromosomes and other supergenes
P Jay, E Tezenas, A Véber, T Giraud
PLoS biology 20 (7), e3001698, 2022
Genetic hitchhiking in spatially extended populations
NH Barton, AM Etheridge, J Kelleher, A Véber
Theoretical population biology 87, 75-89, 2013
Graph-theoretic algorithms for the “isomorphism of polynomials” problem
C Bouillaguet, PA Fouque, A Véber
Advances in Cryptology–EUROCRYPT 2013: 32nd Annual International Conference …, 2013
Inference in two dimensions: allele frequencies versus lengths of shared sequence blocks
NH Barton, AM Etheridge, J Kelleher, A Véber
Theoretical population biology 87, 105-119, 2013
The spatial Lambda-Fleming–Viot process: An event-based construction and a lookdown representation
A Veber, A Wakolbinger
Annales de l'IHP Probabilités et statistiques 51 (2), 570-598, 2015
Rescaling limits of the spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process with selection
AM Etheridge, A Véber, F Yu
Large scale behaviour of the spatial -Fleming-Viot process
N Berestycki, AM Etheridge, A Véber
Annales de l'IHP Probabilités et statistiques 49 (2), 374-401, 2013
A Beta-splitting model for evolutionary trees
R Sainudiin, A Véber
Royal Society open science 3 (5), 160016, 2016
The spatial -Fleming–Viot process on a large torus: Genealogies in the presence of recombination
AM Etheridge, A Véber
Coalescent processes in subdivided populations subject to recurrent mass extinctions
J Taylor, A Véber
Spread of pedigree versus genetic ancestry in spatially distributed populations
J Kelleher, AM Etheridge, A Véber, NH Barton
Theoretical population biology 108, 1-12, 2016
Finding the best resolution for the Kingman–Tajima coalescent: theory and applications
R Sainudiin, T Stadler, A Véber
Journal of mathematical biology 70 (6), 1207-1247, 2015
Hyphal network whole field imaging allows for accurate estimation of anastomosis rates and branching dynamics of the filamentous fungus Podospora anserina
J Dikec, A Olivier, C Bobée, Y D’angelo, R Catellier, P David, F Filaine, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 3131, 2020
Bayesian estimation of population size changes by sampling Tajima’s trees
JA Palacios, A Véber, L Cappello, Z Wang, J Wakeley, S Ramachandran
Genetics 213 (3), 967-986, 2019
Novel WWOX deleterious variants cause early infantile epileptic encephalopathy, severe developmental delay and dysmorphism among Yemenite Jews
M Weisz-Hubshman, H Meirson, R Michaelson-Cohen, R Beeri, S Tzur, ...
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 23 (3), 418-426, 2019
The infinitesimal model
NH Barton, AM Etheridge, A Véber
BioRxiv, 039768, 2016
Escape probabilities for branching Brownian motion among soft obstacles
JF Le Gall, A Véber
Journal of Theoretical Probability 25, 505-535, 2012
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