Eric A. Vance

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Some of the most highly social animals-including elephants, and some primates , cetaceans, and social carnivores-live in " fission-fusion " societies where social groups divide and reform over the course of hours, days, or weeks. These societies are thought to respond adaptively to changes in the physical and social environment, and are thus ideal for(More)
shared among individuals, but it may not be republished in any medium without express written consent from the authors and advance notification of the editor. Abstract Novice problem solvers often fail to recognize structural similarities between problems they know and a new problem because they are more concerned with the surface features rather than the(More)
Parametric models for estimating network link delays with incomplete data that incorporate spatial correlation are formulated. Fast numerical methods for estimation of parameters and confidence intervals are derived. It is shown that including correlation in the model gives better model fit on sample data. Finally, certain results from graphical models are(More)
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