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Information Dissemination Control Algorithm of Ecological Changes in the New Media Communication Environment

Juanjuan Huang, Fazlullah Khan
2021 Mobile Information Systems  
Furthermore, the mobile-assisted patch distribution mechanism is used to repair all the infected nodes in the network, and the information interaction form is analyzed to develop the corresponding system  ...  The proposed algorithm can meet the ecological information control needs of new media dissemination.  ...  If we conduct multiple surveys and multiperson experience, the degree of approximation will be better [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6274856 fatcat:bketvxussjaydb4vynyeqis4oy

Complex Ecological System Modeling

Migdat Hodzic, Suvad Selman, Mirsad Hadzikadic
2016 Periodicals of Engineering and Natural Sciences (PEN)  
In this paper we extend our previous results in dual approach to analysis and simulation of a complex ecological system of preys and predators.  ...  Dual approach may be able to answer and qualify some of the long standing ecological paradoxes.  ...  This type of model is advantageous due to decoupling which simplifies any species estimation and control algorithms [2] .  ... 
doi:10.21533/pen.v4i1.9 fatcat:ssuvsms7ibdm3eskyl45q6caoy

The Evolution of the Algorithms for Collective Behavior

Deborah M. Gordon
2016 Cell Systems  
I suggest that a focus on the dynamics of the environment may provide new hypotheses for elucidating the algorithms that produce the collective behavior of cellular systems.  ...  Collective behavior is the outcome of a network of local interactions.  ...  I am grateful to Daniel Friedman, LeAnn Howard, Hyun Youk, and anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments on the manuscript. This work was supported by a grant from the CISCO research fund.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cels.2016.10.013 pmid:28009263 fatcat:sdblih4l5vhelpilapm5gxauze

The Ecology of Echo

Peter T. Hraber, Terry Jones, Stephanie Forrest
1997 Artificial Life  
The Echo model is described, and the behavior of Echo is evaluated on two well-studied measures of ecological diversity: relative species abundance and the species-area scaling relation.  ...  In simulation experiments, these measures are used to compare the behavior of Echo with that of a neutral model, in which selection on agent genotypes is random.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Santa Fe Institute (Project 2050 and ONR grant N00014-95-1-1000).  ... 
doi:10.1162/artl.1997.3.165 fatcat:6qzp64iy7ndtpbsisizpchwzc4

The Ecology of Echo

Peter T. Hraber, Terry Jones, Stephanie Forrest
1997 Artificial Life  
The Echo model is described, and the behavior of Echo is evaluated on two well-studied measures of ecological diversity: relative species abundance and the species-area scaling relation.  ...  In simulation experiments, these measures are used to compare the behavior of Echo with that of a neutral model, in which selection on agent genotypes is random.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Santa Fe Institute (Project 2050 and ONR grant N00014-95-1-1000).  ... 
doi:10.1162/artl.1997.3.3.165 pmid:9385733 fatcat:mvg7uukf45bqrljf7lqewn5h7m

Perspectives for ecological networks in plant ecology

Gianalberto Losapio, Alicia Montesinos-Navarro, Hugo Saiz
2019 Plant Ecology & Diversity  
Embracing networks of interactions among plants can shed new light on mechanisms driving evolution and ecosystem functioning, helping us to mitigate diversity loss.  ...  Conclusions: We propose novel opportunities for advancing plant ecology by using ecological networks that encompass different ecological levels and spatio-temporal scales, and incorporate more biological  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Christian Schöb for stimulating discussions and for inviting the authors to write this review. We also thank the  ... 
doi:10.1080/17550874.2019.1626509 fatcat:sc7w44tnjbdavicawc6olk7okm

Emerging Opportunities for Landscape Ecological Modelling

Nicholas W. Synes, Calum Brown, Kevin Watts, Steven M. White, Mark A. Gilbert, Justin M. J. Travis
2016 Current Landscape Ecology Reports  
Landscape ecological modelling provides a vital means for understanding the interactions between geographical, climatic, and socio-economic drivers of land-use and the dynamics of ecological systems.  ...  exploited a relatively small number of the possible combinations of model types from each discipline.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the award of the Natural Environment Research Council grant NE/J008001/1 to J.M.J.T. and N.W.S. was additionally supported by the Science and Technology Facilities  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40823-016-0016-7 fatcat:6apenjxtdberljhtiijmt2ee3y

Ecological Security Assessment Based on Remote Sensing and Landscape Ecology Model

Pei Liu, Xiaoying Zhang, Chao Ma, Hebing Zhang, Ruimei Han, Xiaofeng Lu
2021 Journal of Sensors  
A complex framework was constructed by integrating random forest algorithm, Fishnet model, landscape ecology model, and CA-Markov model.  ...  To date, most of the research on ecological security is based on the pressure-state-response (PSR) model, while there were a few studies based on the landscape ecology model approach.  ...  D Program of Henan Province (No. 182102310860), and the China Scholarship Council Grant number 201808410212.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6684435 doaj:131f7c03a24443a48ea5d8e109ed7eb5 fatcat:ypmmx6a6ivb5tjcqh5vxuoriuy

Practicing coastal seascape ecology

SJ Pittman, RT Kneib, CA Simenstad
2011 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Landscape ecology concepts developed from terrestrial systems have recently emerged as theoretical and analytical frameworks that are equally useful for evaluating the ecological consequences of spatial  ...  This Theme Section on the application of landscape ecology to the estuarine and coastal environment emerged from a special symposium at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) 20th Biennial  ...  The Research Institute of the Åbo Akademi University Endowment is acknowledged for providing financial support to C.B. to attend the seascape ecology session at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps09139 fatcat:wqqmfulxmvhjjmu62st6uwn47m

The multilayer nature of ecological networks

Shai Pilosof, Mason A. Porter, Mercedes Pascual, Sonia Kéfi
2017 Nature Ecology & Evolution  
Although networks provide a powerful approach to study a large variety of ecological systems, their formulation does not typically account for multiple interaction types, interactions that vary in space  ...  architecture and dynamics of ecological systems.  ...  The elementary-layer set for ecological interaction types is L 1 = {A,B}, and the one for patches is L 2 = {X,Y}. A layer consists of a tuple of elementary layers.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0101 pmid:28812678 fatcat:cnmhpf7wurdrtcnr23j4vael5q

Landscape Ecology: A Helicopter View

K. U. Ekwealor, C. B. Echereme, T. N. Ofobeze, C. N. Okereke
2019 International Journal of Plant & Soil Science  
Studies on landscape restoration and management that emphasize the integration of various stakeholders for effective landscape restoration and management for sustainable biodiversity and socioeconomic  ...  This paper further highlights the integration of the innovative remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies in the generation and analyses of spatial data.  ...  Second, if ecological systems are multiple-scaled or hierarchically structured, identifying characteristic scales and hierarchical levels become extremely important for understanding and predicting ecological  ... 
doi:10.9734/ijpss/2019/v31i130200 fatcat:gd7l23t3mbbjxd7yxazx336cga

Trustworthy Predictive Algorithms for Complex Forest System Decision-Making

Pushpendra Rana, Lav R. Varshney
2021 Frontiers in Forests and Global Change  
This review shows how domain-specific characteristics, such as system complexity, impose limits on using predictive algorithms in forest conservation and management.  ...  Advances in predictive algorithms are revolutionizing how we understand and design effective decision support systems in many sectors.  ...  The final tree planting decisions on forests and or other types of lands determine the future social and ecological outcomes, which then influence each of the sub-systems (governance systems, actors, resource  ... 
doi:10.3389/ffgc.2020.587178 fatcat:dvyqrvrinzeqvl2hkwy6kf3wnm

Studies in Ecological Rationality

Ralph Hertwig, Christina Leuker, Thorsten Pachur, Leonidas Spiliopoulos, Timothy J. Pleskac
2021 Topics in Cognitive Science  
In recent years, a growing set of analyses of heuristic-environment systems has deepened the understanding of the human mind and how boundedly rational heuristics can result in successful decision making  ...  Ecological rationality represents an alternative to classic frameworks of rationality.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Susannah Goss for editing the manuscript and to Joyce Wang for many helpful comments. Open access funding enabled and organized by Projekt DEAL.  ... 
doi:10.1111/tops.12567 pmid:34310848 fatcat:s6eow2fa7zfeto3amwa6tdpbau

The Maxwell Demon: a Proposal for Modeling in Ecological Synthesis in Art Practices

Luzilei Aliel, Damián Keller, Rogério Costa
2018 Revista Música Hodie  
Palavras-chave: Comprovisação; Sistema Sócio-Ecológico; Performance/Experimento 1) Socio-Ecological Systems Socio-ecological systems are characterized by self-organization and distributed  ...  This paper aims to expand the research on ecological synthesis models (KELLER, 1999) through the inclusion of improvisation practice.  ...  In socio-ecological systems, social and ecological processes interact at various temporal levels.  ... 
doi:10.5216/mh.v18i1.53575 fatcat:frjbhnizhrhqfjfonx47f46tga

Stochastic ecological network occupancy (SENO) models: a new tool for modeling ecological networks across spatial scales

Kevin D. Lafferty, Jennifer A. Dunne
2010 Theoretical Ecology  
As input, SENO models use a topological interaction network and rates of colonization and extinction (including consumer effects) for each species.  ...  To illustrate their utility, we provide simple examples of how SENO models can be used to investigate how topological complexity, species interactions, species traits, and spatial scale affect communities  ...  This work was conducted as a part of the Parasites and Food Webs Working Group supported by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, a Center funded by NSF (Grant #EF-0553768), the University  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12080-010-0082-0 fatcat:tgydfzrmv5ghdaverjkvzoj2vu
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