Rafael A. García

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The interaction between plant attributes, environmental factors and the history of human intervention determines which species show a more invasive behavior and which areas are more likely to be invaded. Identifying which factors favor the invasion and which constraint it, remains an essential goal for understanding the process of invasion and to provide a(More)
Understanding biological invasions patterns and mechanisms is highly needed for forecasting and managing these processes and their negative impacts. At small scales, ecological processes driving plant invasions are expected to produce a spatially explicit pattern driven by propagule pressure and local ground heterogeneity. Our aim was to determine the(More)
A model that attempts to simulate animal memory under stress is presented. For this purpose a model of selectable multiple associative memories is given. We consider two underlying types of memories: stressed and unstressed, implemented on the same neural network. In our model, learning into one or the other type of memory is done according to the stress of(More)
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