Figure 5: Sketch for (9), (10), and (12) of how convolution of a binomial distribution is applied to probability distribution. (a) Multiplication phase , (9), (10): total copies of initial form (and total copies of mutant ); maximal possible copies according to the multiplication factors of initial form (and maximal possible copies according to the multiplication factors of mutant ); (and ) number of copies transforming from initial form to mutant (and vice versa resp.). (b) Selection phase , (12).