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- Math. Biosci
, 2010

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### Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (2010) DOI 10.1007/s11538-010-9505-8 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Analyzing the Fitch Method for Reconstructing Ancestral

, 2009

"... Abstract The accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing ancestral states on ultrametric phylogenetic trees is studied. Two recurrence relations for computing the accuracy are given here. Using these relations, we analyze the convergence of the accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing the ..."

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Abstract The accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing ancestral states on ultrametric phylogenetic trees is studied. Two recurrence relations for computing the accuracy are given here. Using these relations, we analyze the convergence of the accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing the root state on a complete binary tree of 2 n leaves as n goes to infinity, present a closed-form formula for the accuracy on ultrametric comb trees, and provide a lower bound on the accuracy on arbitrary ultrametric phylogenetic trees.

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journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/mbs Inferring ancestral sequences in taxon-rich phylogenies

### ORIGINAL ARTICLE Analyzing the Fitch Method for Reconstructing Ancestral States

"... Abstract The accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing ancestral states on ultrametric phylogenetic trees is studied. Two recurrence relations for computing the accuracy are given here. Using these relations, we analyze the convergence of the accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing the ..."

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Abstract The accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing ancestral states on ultrametric phylogenetic trees is studied. Two recurrence relations for computing the accuracy are given here. Using these relations, we analyze the convergence of the accuracy of the Fitch method for reconstructing the root state on a complete binary tree of 2 n leaves as n goes to infinity, present a closed-form formula for the accuracy on ultrametric comb trees, and provide a lower bound on the accuracy on arbitrary ultrametric phylogenetic trees.

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, 2014

"... Predicting ancestral states in a tree Predicting the ancestral character changes in a tree is typically easier than predicting the root state ..."

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Predicting ancestral states in a tree Predicting the ancestral character changes in a tree is typically easier than predicting the root state