On the number of vertices of each rank in phylogenetic trees and their generalizations

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Bóna, Miklós;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics | 05A15, 05A16
    arxiv: Quantitative Biology::Genomics | Quantitative Biology::Quantitative Methods | Quantitative Biology::Populations and Evolution

We find surprisingly simple formulas for the limiting probability that the rank of a randomly selected vertex in a randomly selected phylogenetic tree or generalized phylogenetic tree is a given integer.
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