Book Volume 1 1983

Numerical Taxonomy

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ISBN: 978-3-642-69026-6 (Print) 978-3-642-69024-2 (Online)

Table of contents (71 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X

  2. Approaches to Classification

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      Pages 1-17

      The Significance of Phylogenetic Classifications for Systematic and Evolutionary Biology

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      Pages 18-21

      The Value of Natural Classification

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      Pages 22-37

      Philosophy and Method in Biological Classification

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      Pages 38-41

      The Phenetics-Cladistics Controversy: A Personal View

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      Pages 42-46

      Parsimony and Paraphyly

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      Pages 47-52

      The Future of Numerical Methods in Plant Systematics: A Personal Prospect

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      Pages 53-71

      A Practical View of Numerical Taxonomy or should I be a Pheneticist or a Cladist?

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      Pages 72-75

      Taxa, Taxonomists, and Taxonomy

  3. Taxonomic Congruence

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      Pages 76-81

      Taxonomic Congruence in the Caminalcules

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      Pages 82-86

      Taxonomic Congruence — A Reanalysis

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      Pages 87-91

      A Simulation Model for Comparing Numerical Taxonomic Methods

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      Pages 92-96

      Taxonomic Congruence: A Brief Discussion

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      Pages 97-101

      Algorithms Optimizing the Taxonomic Information of Classifications

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      Pages 102-106

      Prediction = Parsimony or Partitions?

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      Pages 107-111

      Information Content and Most Parsimonious Trees

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      Pages 112-116

      Numerical Taxonomic Evaluation of the Taxonomic Value of Character Suites in Tillandsia L

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      Pages 117-121

      Instability and Incongruence in the Brooms and Gorses (Leguminosae Subtribe Genistinae)

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      Pages 122-126

      A View of Some Consensus Methods for Trees

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      Pages 127-131

      Distributions of Distances between Pairs of Classifications

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      Pages 132-136

      Sampling Distribution of Consensus Indices when All Bifurcating Trees are Equally Likely

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