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Continuous dispersal on a discrete lattice

September 27, 2012
Continuous dispersal on a discrete lattice

Dispersal is a key process in many domains, and particularly in ecology. Individuals move in space, and this movement can be modelled as a random process following some kernel. The dispersal kernel is simply a probability distribution describing the distance travelled in a given time frame. Since space is continuous, it is natural to use

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