A periodic Markov model to formalize animal migration on a network

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KÖLZSCH, Andrea, Erik KLEYHEEG, Helmut KRUCKENBERG, Michael KAATZ, Bernd BLASIUS, 2018. A periodic Markov model to formalize animal migration on a network. In: Royal Society Open Science. 5(6), 180438. eISSN 2054-5703. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rsos.180438

@article{Kolzsch2018-06perio-48128, title={A periodic Markov model to formalize animal migration on a network}, year={2018}, doi={10.1098/rsos.180438}, number={6}, volume={5}, journal={Royal Society Open Science}, author={Kölzsch, Andrea and Kleyheeg, Erik and Kruckenberg, Helmut and Kaatz, Michael and Blasius, Bernd}, note={Article Number: 180438} }

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