Joshua Nahum
Joshua Nahum
Michigan State Universuty
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Evolution of restraint in a structured rock–paper–scissors community
JR Nahum, BN Harding, B Kerr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (Supplement 2), 10831-10838, 2011
1092011
Sustained fitness gains and variability in fitness trajectories in the long-term evolution experiment with Escherichia coli
RE Lenski, MJ Wiser, N Ribeck, ZD Blount, JR Nahum, JJ Morris, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1821), 20152292, 2015
872015
A tortoise–hare pattern seen in adapting structured and unstructured populations suggests a rugged fitness landscape in bacteria
JR Nahum, P Godfrey-Smith, BN Harding, JH Marcus, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7530-7535, 2015
492015
The evolution of restraint in structured populations: setting the stage for an egalitarian major transition
B Kerr, J Nahum
The major transitions in evolution revisited. MIT Press, Cambridge, 127-140, 2011
42011
The prisoners dilemma, memory, and the early evolution of intelligence
C Ofria, L Grabowski, J Nahum, R Annis, E Dolson, M Leas
Proceedings of the Artificial Life Conference 2016 13, 408-415, 2016
32016
The major transitions in evolution revisited
DW McShea, C Simpson, S Okasha, P Godfrey-Smith, P Lyon, B Kerr, ...
MIT Press, 2011
32011
Optimal foraging: a bird in the hand released
J Nahum, B Kerr
Current Biology 18 (9), R385-R386, 2008
22008
How the tortoise beats the hare: Slow and steady adaptation in structured populations suggests a rugged fitness landscape in bacteria
JR Nahum, P Godfrey-Smith, BN Harding, JH Marcus, ...
bioRxiv, 005793, 2014
12014
Improved adaptation in exogenously and endogenously changing environments
JR Nahum, J West, BM Althouse, L Zaman, C Ofria, B Kerr
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings 14, 306-313, 2017
2017
Enhancing Evolution: When Spatial Structure and Environmental Change Improve Adaptation
JR Nahum
2014
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