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Bandelt, H-J., P. Forster & A. Röhl (1999)
Median-joining networks for inferring intraspecific phylogenies,
Molecular Biology and Evolution 16, 37-48.
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www.fluxus-engineering.com/sharenet.htm 

 

 

Bandelt, H-J., P. Forster, B.C. Sykes & M.B. Richards (1995)
Mitochondrial portraits of human populations using median networks,
Genetics 141, 743-53.
programme available at:
www.fluxus-engineering.com/sharenet.htm 

 

 

Bryant, David & V. Moulton (2002)
NeighborNet: an agglomerative method for the construction of planar phylogenetic networks,
Proceedings of the Workshop in Algorithms for Bioinformatics.
programme available at:
www-ab.informatik.uni-tuebingen.de/software/jsplits/ 

 

 

Cavalli-Sforza, Luigi Luca (2001)
Genes, Peoples, and Languages.

 

 

Cavalli-Sforza, Luigi Luca, Paolo Menozzi & Alberto Piazza (1994)
The History and Geography of Human Genes.

 

 

Dixon, R.M.W. (1997)
The Rise and Fall of Languages.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

 

Dyen, Isidore, Joseph B. Kruskal & Paul Black (1992)
An Indoeuropean classification: a lexicostatistical experiment,
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 82.
data available at:
www.ntu.edu.au/education/langs/ielex/HEADPAGE.html 

 

 

Embleton, Sheila M. (2000)
Lexicostatistics/Glottochronology: from Swadesh to Sankoff to Starostin to future horizons,
in: Renfrew, Colin, April McMahon & Larry Trask (eds.):
Time-Depth in Historical Linguistics I, 143-65. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

 

 

Embleton, Sheila M. (1986)
Statistics in Historical Linguistics.
Bochum: Brockmeyer.

 

 

Felsenstein, Joseph (2001)
PHYLIP: Phylogeny Inference Package. Version 3.6, Internet release.
programme available at:
http://evolution.genetics.washington.edu/phylip.html 

 

 

Forster, Peter (2006)
Median-joining network analysis of Germanic languages,
in: Renfrew, Colin, Peter Forster & James Clackson (eds.):
Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
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Forster, Peter & Alfred Toth (2003)
Toward a phylogenetic chronology of ancient Gaulish, Celtic, and Indo-European,
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100(15), 9079-84.
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Gray, Russell D. & Quentin D. Atkinson (2003)
Language-tree divergence times support the Anatolian theory of Indo-European origin,
Nature 426, 435-39.

 

 

Heggarty, Paul (forthcoming a)
Measured Language: From First Principles to New Techniques for Putting Numbers on Language Similarity (Publications of the Philological Society series).
Oxford: Blackwell.

 

 

Heggarty, Paul (2006b)
Interdisciplinary indiscipline?  Can phylogenetic methods meaningfully be applied to language data – and to dating language?,
in: Renfrew, Colin, Peter Forster & James Clackson (eds.):
Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
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Heggarty, Paul (2005)
Enigmas en el origen de las lenguas andinas: aplicando nuevas técnicas a las incógnitas por resolver,
Revista Andina 40, 9-57. Cuzco, Peru: Centro Bartolomé de las Casas.
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Heggarty, Paul (2005)
Enigmas in the origins of the Andean languages: applying new techniques to the unanswered questions (translation of original Spanish title),
Revista Andina 40, 9-57. Cuzco (Peru): Centro Bartolomé de las Casas.
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Heggarty, Paul (2000)
Quantifying change over time in phonetics,
in: Renfrew, Colin, April McMahon & Larry Trask (eds.):
Time-Depth in Historical Linguistics, 531-62. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

 

 

Heggarty, Paul, April McMahon & Robert McMahon (2005)
From phonetic similarity to dialect classification: a principled approach (Trends in Linguistics series),
in: Delbecque, Nicole, Johan van der Auwera & Dirk Geeraerts (eds.):
Perspectives on Variation, 43-91. Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.

 

 

Huson, Daniel H. (1998)
SplitsTree: analyzing and visualizing evolutionary data,
Bioinformatics 14(1), 68-73.

 

 

Kessler, Brett (2005)
Phonetic Comparison Algorithms,  Quantitative Methods in Language Comparison
Transactions of the Philological Society
103(2), 243-60.  Oxford: Blackwell. 

 

 

Mallory, J.P. (1989)
In Search of the Indo-Europeans.
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McMahon, April, Paul Heggarty, Robert McMahon & Natalia Slaska (2005)
Swadesh sublists and the benefits of borrowing: an Andean case study,
in: McMahon, April (ed.): Quantitative Methods in Language Comparison
Transactions of the Philological Society
103(2), 147-169. Oxford: Blackwell.

 

 

McMahon, April & Robert McMahon (2005)
Language Classification by Numbers.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Renfrew, Colin (1987)
Archaeology and Language: The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins.
London: Jonothan Cape.

 

 

Renfrew, Colin, & Peter Forster (2006)
Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages.
Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
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Renfrew, Colin, April McMahon & Larry Trask (eds.) (2000)
Time-Depth in Historical Linguistics.
Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
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Ringe, D.A., Tandy Warnow & Ann Taylor (2002)
Indo-European and computational cladistics,
Transactions of the Philological Society 100(1), 59-129.
online at:
www.cs.rice.edu/~nakhleh/CPHL 

 

 

Sims-Williams, Patrick (1998)
Genetics, linguistics, and prehistory: thinking big and thinking straight,
Antiquity 277, 505-27.
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Todd, Malcolm (1992)
The Early Germans.
Oxford: Blackwell.

 

 

Trask, R.L. (2003)
re: Celtic Found to Have Ancient Roots,
Linguist List 14.1876, 7 July 2003.
online at:
http://listserv.linguistlist.org/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0307A&L=linguist&P=R10028 

 

 

Whitfield, John (2003)
Language tree rooted in Turkey,
news@nature, 24 Nov 2003.
online at:
www.nature.com/nsu/nsu_pf/031124/031124-6.html 

 

 

Zvelebil, Marek (2003)
Demography and dispersal of early farming populations at the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition: linguistic and genetic implications,
in: Bellwood, Peter & Colin Renfrew (eds.):
Examining the farming/language dispersal hypothesis, 379-94. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
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