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Articles (13)

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Equilibria for genetic systems with weak interaction.
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability
1972.
1972:

Karlin, Samuel, McGregor, James.
Embeddability of discrete time simple branching processes into continuous time branching processes.
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
1968.
132:115136

Bodmer, Walter F., McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
The rate of production of recombinants between linked genes in finite populations.
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability
1967.
1967:

McGregor, James, Karlin, SamueI.
The number of mutant forms maintained in a population.
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability
1967.
1967:

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Uniqueness of stationary measures for branching processes and applications.
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability
1967.
1967:

Karlin, Samuel, McGregor, James.
Properties of the stationary measure of the critical case simple branching process.
The Annals of Mathematical Statistics
1967.
38:977991

Karlin, Samuel, McGregor, James.
Ehrenfest urn models.
Journal of Applied Probability
1965.
2:352376

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Determinants of orthogonal polynomials.
Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society
1962.
68:204209

Karlin, Samuel, McGregor, James.
Occupation time laws for birth and death processes.
Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability
1961.
1961:249272

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Coincidence properties of birth and death processes..
Pacific Journal of Mathematics
1959.
9:11091140

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Coincidence probabilities..
Pacific Journal of Mathematics
1959.
9:11411164

McGregor, James, Karlin, Samuel.
Many server queueing processes with Poisson input and exponential service times..
Pacific Journal of Mathematics
1958.
8:87118

Karlin, Samuel, McGregor, James.
The classification of birth and death processes.
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
1957.
86:366400