Estimating transition probabilities in unmarked populations-entropy revisited

@inproceedings{COOCI2010EstimatingTP,
  title={Estimating transition probabilities in unmarked populations-entropy revisited},
  author={EVAN G. COOCI},
  year={2010}
}
  • EVAN G. COOCI
  • Published 2010
The probability of surviving and moving between 'states' is of great interest to biologists. Robust estimation of these transitions using multiple observations of individually identifiable marked individuals has received considerable attention in recent years. However, in some situations, individuals are not identifiable (or have a very low recapture rate), although all individuals in a sample can be assigned to a particular state (e.g. breeding or non-breeding) without error. In such cases… CONTINUE READING

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