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A priority-based queuing process explanation for scale-free foraging behaviours
Andrew M. Reynolds, Yan Ropert-Coudert, Akiko Kato, Andre Chiaradia, Andrew J.J. MacIntosh
  • Animals make decisions about how long to engage in particular activities.
  • These decisions are idiosyncratic and shaped by complex interactions.
  • Some of this complexity is captured by „ŗŌ‘tochastic decision-based queuing processes'.
  • Here these processes are shown to operate generally across taxa.
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Animal Behaviour Volume 108
2015/08/24 Primate Research Institute