Nicholas J Ose

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Randomness or noise in the motion of herding animals is more important than commonly assumed. We show through simulations that noise promotes the compactness of a herd by facilitating the breakup of small clusters in favor of a more compact whole, reducing the mean median distances to center (MMDC) for the herd. Adding noise to movement models can also(More)
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