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A set of "information theoretic" measures has been developed to quantify the degree of constraint inherent in the organization of a multiagent system. Separate measures can be provided to quantify spatial organization, trophic organization and, more generally, the overall structure of interactions. The additive character of these quantities allows them to(More)
Information theory has been applied to ecology beofre. Information Theory in ecology can be traced back to MacArthur (1955). Margalef (1968) considered the dynamical processes in an ecosystem to constitute a channel that projects information into the future. Rutledge et al. (1976) were the first to incorporate conditional probabilities in their information(More)
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