At LS18, Daniel Forger spoke about the math behind auditory processing, musical representation, and the neuroscience of performance.
David Prager compared the Markov chain model with the ARIMA time series approach to analyze drought in the U.S. during LS18.
Paul Macklin used an agent-based modeling framework to explore the role of hypoxia in breast cancer propagation at...
Subekshya Bidari examined collective decision-making in honeybees foraging in a dynamic environment at LS18.
At LS18, William Holmes reconciles two existing decision-making hypotheses that were previously thought to be mutually exclusive.
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In a more realistic view of cancer dynamics, fitness values of different genotypes are subject to microenvironmental variations.
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Peter Gangl of Technische Universitaet Graz received the Richard C. DiPrima Prize on July 10, 2018 at AN18.
Bebart M. Janbek and John M. Stockie present a multidimensional porous medium model that measures sap flow within a tree stem.