Table 3 Parameter values with purifying selection
n*γVg
NMat.App. 1App. 2Mat.App. 1App. 2Mat.App. 1App. 2
α = 0.0015,506005985970.3000.3000.3001.371.391.39
β = 01005255235230.6000.6000.6002.822.872.87
2003893733761.201.201.205.675.815.81
40017773.31542.402.402.409.9410.310.6
α = 0.0010,505815815800.3680.3690.3681.381.401.40
β = 1.451005035015010.6920.6900.6902.842.882.88
× 10−62003793673691.241.231.235.665.815.81
4002121732022.092.002.0710.410.910.8
α = 0.0,504934904900.7400.7340.7341.421.451.45
β = 7.51003903853861.171.151.162.862.912.91
× 10−62002812692761.691.621.665.525.685.66
4001891681832.272.022.1910.110.910.6
  • The columns headed by Mat. come from the matrix iterations; those headed by App. 1 come from the approximations for n*, γ, and Vg obtained from Equations A.14 and A.15, and the columns headed by App. 2 give the values of these quantities obtained from Newton–Raphson iteration of Equation A.13. The mutation parameters were u = 1 × 10−5 and κ =2; m = 500.