The Fair Proportion is a Shapley Value on phylogenetic networks too
Coronado, Tomás M.; Riera, Gabriel; Rosselló, Francesc;
Subject: Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution
The Fair Proportion of a species in a phylogenetic tree is a very simple measure that has been used to assess its value relative to the overall phylogenetic diversity represented by the tree. It has recently been proved by Fuchs and Jin to be equal to the Shapley Value ... View more
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