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PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Analysis of movements of free ranging animals using potential functions. Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society. Kingston, Canada.
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Etude statistique des meandres des particules. Biennial Meeting of the Brazilian Statistical Society. Caxambu, Brazil.
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Including habitat information in animal movement models. Invited talk, Statistics Department, University of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand.
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1999. Estudo estatistico das trajectorias de particulos como as de alces. Biennial Meeting of the Brazilian Mathematical Society. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1999. Um exemplo da combinacao de uma analise estatistica do movimento e da informacao de um GIS. Biennial Meeting Brazilian Group on Time Series and Econometrics. Nova Friburgo, Brazil.
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 2002. An Exploratory Data Analyisis (EDA) of the Paths of Moving Animals. Workshop in Honour of David F. Andrews. May 23-24, 2002. The Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, CA. (Real Audio - requires Real Audio player).
PresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 2002. An Exploratory Data Analyisis (EDA) of the Paths of Moving Animals. Workshop in Honour of David F. Andrews. May 23-24, 2002. The Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, CA. (Slides)
PublicationPreisler, Haiganoush K., David R. Brillinger, Alan A. Ager, and John G. Kie. 1999. Analysis of animal movement using telemetry and GIS data. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Statistics and the Environment:100-105.
PublicationBrillinger, David R., Haiganoush K. Preisler, Alan A. Ager, John G. Kie, and Brent S. Stewart. 2000. Modelling the movements of free-ranging animals. UCB Statistics Technical Report 610.
PublicationBrillinger, D. R., Preisler, H. K., Ager, A. A., Kie, J. G., and Stewart, B. S. 2002. Employing stochastic differential equations to model wildlife motion. Bulletin of the Brazilian Mathematical Society. 33(3):385-408.
PublicationBrillinger, D.R., Preisler, H.K., Ager, A.A., and Wisdom, M.J. 2004. Stochastic differential equations in the analysis of wildlife motion. 2004 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Statistics and the Environment [CD-ROM], Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association.
PublicationBrillinger, D. R., Preisler, H. K., Ager, A. A., and Kie, J. G. 2004. An exploratory data analysis (EDA) of the paths of moving animals. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 122(1-2): 43-63.
Published AbstractKie, John G., Alan A. Ager, Haiganoush K. Preisler, David R. Brillinger, and Brent S. Stewart. 1999. Using models based on stochastic differential equations with time- and location-dependent covariates to portray animal movements. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Seattle, Washington, 20-24 June 1999.
Published AbstractKie, John G., Alan A. Ager, Haiganoush K. Preisler, David R. Brillinger, and Brent S. Stewart. 1999. Using models based on stochastic differential equations with time- and location-dependent covariates to portray animal movements. Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Austin, Texas, 7-11 September 1999.

 
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