A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction

Möller R (2012)
Journal of Theoretical Biology 305: 118-130.

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Möller R. A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 2012;305:118-130.
Möller, R. (2012). A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 305, 118-130.
Möller, R. (2012). A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction. Journal of Theoretical Biology 305, 118-130.
Möller, R., 2012. A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 305, p 118-130.
R. Möller, “A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction”, Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 305, 2012, pp. 118-130.
Möller, R.: A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 305, 118-130 (2012).
Möller, Ralf. “A model of ant navigation based on visual prediction”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 305 (2012): 118-130.
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