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This article is from the Biological Information Theory and Chowder Society FAQ, by Thomas D. Schneider toms@ncifcrf.gov.

21 Information Theory References - Hubert Yockey

@book{Yockey1958a,
editor = "Hubert P. Yockey and Robert P. Platzman and Henry Quastler",
title = "Symposium on Information Theory in Biology",
booktitle = "Symposium on Information Theory in Biology",
publisher = "Pergamon Press",
address = "New York, London",
comment = "out of print",
year = "1958"}

@article{Yockey1981,
author = "Hubert P. Yockey",
year = 1981,
title = "Self-organization Origin of Life Scenarios and Information Theory",
journal = "J. Theor. Biol.",
volume = "91",
pages = "13-31"}

@book{Yockey1992,
author = "H. P. Yockey",
title = "Information Theory in Molecular Biology",
publisher = "Cambridge University Press",
address = "Cambridge",
isbn = "0-521-35005-0",
comment = "40 West 20th Street,
New York, N. Y. 10011-4211,
order number 350050",
phone = "1-800-827-7423",
price = "price as of 1994 October 31: \$74.95",
year = "1992"}

Following is Hubert Yockey's reference list:

* Yockey, Hubert P. Information Theory and Molecular Biology, Cambridge
UK: Cambridge University Press (1992)

* When is random random? Nature 344 (1990) p823, Hubert P. Yockey

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1981). Self-organization origin of life scenarios
and information theory. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 91, 13-31.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1979). Do overlapping genes violate molecular
biology and the theory of evolution? Journal of Theoretical Biology,
80, 21-26.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1978). Can the Central Dogma be derived from
information theory? Journal of Theoretical Biology, 74, 149-152.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1977a). A prescription which predicts functionally
equivalent residues at given sites in protein sequences. 67, 337-343.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1977b). On the information content of cytochrome c.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 67, 345-376.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1977c). A calculation of the probability of
spontaneous biogenesis by information theory. Journal of Theoretical
Biology, 67, 377-398.

* Yockey, Hubert P (1974). An application of information theory to the
Central Dogma and the sequence hypothesis. Journal of Theoretical
Biology,.46, 369-406.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1960) The Use of Information Theory in Aging and
Radiation Damage In The Biology of Aging American Institute of
Biological Sciences Symposium No. 6 (160) pp338-347.

* Yockey, Hubert P., Platzman, Robert P. & Quastler, Henry, eds. (1958a).
Symposium on Information Theory in Biology, New York, London: Pergamon
Press.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1958b). A study of aging, thermal killing and
radiation damage by information theory. In Symposium on Information
Theory in Biology. eds. Hubert P. Yockey, Robert Platzman & Henry
Quastler, pp297-316. New York,London: Pergamon Press.

* Yockey, Hubert P. (1956). An application of information theory to the
physics of tissue damage. Radiation.Research, 5, 146-155.

* Information in bits and bytes; Reply to Lifson's Review of "Information
Theory and Molecular" Biology BioEssays v17 p85-88 (1995)

* Comments on "Let there be life; Thermodynamic Reflections on Biogenesis
and Evolution by Avshalom C. Elitzur Journal of Theoretical Biology in
press (1995).

 

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