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Pankhurst, R. J. (e. 1975. Biological Identification with Computers. Systematics Association Special Volume No. 7. Academic Press, London, New York, and San Francisco.
Pankhurst, R. Cite this chapter as: Felsenstein J. (1983) Computers in Systematics: One Perspective. In: Felsenstein J. (eds) Numerical Taxonomy. NATO ASI Series (Series G: Ecological Sciences), vol 1. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Biological identification with computers. The Systematics Association Special Volume No. London, New York, San Francisco, Academic Press, 333 . oogle Scholar. Biometrika tables for statisticians, Vol. 1. London, Biometrika Trust, 270 .
His book Biological Identification (1978) has . ed. (1975), Biological identification with computers, Systematics Association Special Volume 7, London and Orlando: Academic Press, ISBN 978-0125448505. Pankhurst, Richard J. (1978).
His book Biological Identification (1978) has been described as " the first textbook on computer methods in identification".
Biological Identification with Computers book. Biological Identification with Computers (Systematics Association special volume ; no. 7). ISBN. 0125448503 (ISBN13: 9780125448505).
Systematics Association Special Volume No. 7, Biological Identification with Computers. Genkey, a program for construction and printing identification keys and diagnostic tables. Simulation results on five difficult test problems show that the proposed NSGA-II, in most problems, is able to find much better spread of solutions and better convergence near the true Pareto-optimal front compared to PAES and SPEA-two other elitist multi-objective EAs which pay special attention towards creating a diverse Pareto-optimal front.
A highly recommended book for all those who wish to do taxonomic work by the end of the 20th century!'
Pankhurst, British museum (natural history) London, England proceedings of a meeting held at Kings College, Cambridge 27 and 28 September 1973 of the Systematics Association Special Volume Number 7 and published by the Academic Press 1975 noting the work of Eugene W. Rypka, Dept. of Microbiology, Lovelace Center for Health Sciences, Albuquerque, New Mexico, "Pattern Recognition and Microbial Identification.