Stochastic search strategies and animal foraging
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This might not be really a tutorial, but given some demand, I would be pleased to explain a bit more on how stochasticity (i.e., Levy stochastic processes) can play a role in search strategies. I will explain what do we know about stochastic searches in animals, and potential applications of these studies to other fields.
The "tutorial" might give people some hints on random walk modeling, diffusion, and animal movement data analysis in ecological context. I would really love to do that in a sort of informal-interactive way (to avoid thinking that I'm giving a talk). So I hope improvisation and audience participation may came up!
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I will attend--Spyro