L\'evy flights in human behavior and cognition

@inproceedings{Baronchelli2013LevyFI,
  title={L\'evy flights in human behavior and cognition},
  author={Andrea Baronchelli and Filippo Radicchi},
  year={2013}
}
Article history: Lévy flights represent the best strategy to randomly search for a target in an unknown environment, and have been widely observed in many animal species. Here, we inspect and discuss recent results concerning human behavior and cognition. Different studies have shown that human mobility can be described in terms of Lévy flights, while fresh evidence indicates that the same pattern accounts for human mental searches in online gambling sites. Thus, Lévy flights emerge as a… CONTINUE READING
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