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Objectively identifying landmark use and predicting flight trajectories of the homing pigeon using Gaussian processes

R Mann, Robin Freeman, O Osborne, R Garnett, C Armstrong, J Meade, D Biro, T Guilford, and S Roberts

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Publication typeArticle
Published inThe Royal Society Interface
URLhttp://rsif.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/8/55/210
PublisherThe Royal Society

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K.K. Lau, S. Roberts, D. Biro, R. Freeman, J. Meade, and T. C. Guilford. An edge-detection approach to investigating pigeon navigation, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2006.

R Freeman and D Biro. Modelling Group Navigation: From Dominance to Democracy in Homing Pigeons, April 2008.

R. Freeman, R. Mann, T Guilford, and D. Biro. Group decisions and individual differences: route fidelity predicts flight leadership in homing pigeons (Columba livia), Biology Letters, 2010.

D. Biro, R. Freeman, J. Meade, S. Roberts, and T. C. Guilford. Pigeons combine compass and landmark guidance in familiar route navigation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A., National Acad Sciences, 2007.

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