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We have questioned whether a complex behavior, such as fish swimming, can be better described quantitatively as a sequence of discrete events or states than with classical kinematic measures which can be compromised by inherent variability. Here, the different states, expressed as combinations of symbols, were defined on the basis of the animal's location (A: periphery, and B: inner part of the aquarium) and speed (Fast and Slow). We observed that the distributions of time intervals spent indoi:10.1142/s0218348x03002166 fatcat:2wzmhhuq4vg25dv4mdqzmz6p7m