Steven Viscido
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Self-organized fish schools: an examination of emergent properties
JK Parrish, SV Viscido, D Grunbaum
The biological bulletin 202 (3), 296-305, 2002
7592002
Individual behavior and emergent properties of fish schools: a comparison of observation and theory
SV Viscido, JK Parrish, D Grünbaum
Marine Ecology Progress Series 273, 239-249, 2004
2072004
The effect of population size and number of influential neighbors on the emergent properties of fish schools
SV Viscido, JK Parrish, D Grünbaum
Ecological modelling 183 (2-3), 347-363, 2005
1312005
Quantitative analysis of fiddler crab flock movement: evidence for ‘selfish herd’behaviour
SV Viscido, DS Wethey
Animal behaviour 63 (4), 735-741, 2002
1102002
A statistical approach to quasi‐extinction forecasting
EE Holmes, JL Sabo, SV Viscido, WF Fagan
Ecology Letters 10 (12), 1182-1198, 2007
952007
Extracting interactive control algorithms from group dynamics of schooling fish
D Grünbaum, S Viscido, JK Parrish
Cooperative control, 103-117, 2005
892005
The dilemma of the selfish herd: the search for a realistic movement rule
SV Viscido, M Miller, DS Wethey
Journal of Theoretical Biology 217 (2), 183-194, 2002
842002
Simulated evolution of selfish herd behavior
TC Reluga, S Viscido
Journal of Theoretical Biology 234 (2), 213-225, 2005
642005
The response of a selfish herd to an attack from outside the group perimeter
SV Viscido, M Miller, DS Wethey
Journal of Theoretical Biology 208 (3), 315-328, 2001
602001
Factors influencing the structure and maintenance of fish schools
SV Viscido, JK Parrish, D Grünbaum
Ecological modelling 206 (1-2), 153-165, 2007
492007
Traffic rules of fish schools: a review of agent-based approaches
JK Parrish
Self-organization and evolution of social systems, 2005
422005
Seasonal and spatial patterns of an epibenthic decapod crustacean assemblage in north-west Atlantic continental shelf waters
SV Viscido, DE Stearns, KW Able
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 45 (3), 377-392, 1997
321997
The case for the selfish herd hypothesis
SV Viscido
Comments® on Theoretical Biology 8 (6), 665-684, 2003
102003
Using quantitative methods of determining group membership to draw biological conclusions
SV Viscido, S Shrestha
Animal Behaviour, 145-154, 2015
62015
Seasonal and Spatial Variation in the Marine Epibenthic Decapod Crustacean Community at Beach Haven Ridge, New Jersey
SV Viscido
Rutgers University, 1994
61994
Statistical modelling of communities and ecosystems using the LAMDA software tool
SV Viscido, EE Holmes
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (12), 1905-1908, 2010
42010
Why animals form groups: the case for the selfish herd hypothesis
SV Viscido
University of South Carolina, 2000
22000
COS 43-3: Estimating the community interactions and stability of exploited fish communities
S Viscido, E Holmes
2007
JULIA K. PARRISH
SV VISCIDO
Self-Organisation and Evolution of Biological and Social Systems, 50, 2005
2005
Seasonal and spatial patterns of an epibenthic decapod crustacean assemblage in north-west Atlantic continental shelf waters
SV Viscido, DE Stearns, KW Able
Oceanographic Literature Review 2 (45), 333, 1998
1998
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