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The Structure-Oriented Approach in Ethology: Network Models and Sex-Ratio Adjustments in Parasitic Wasps

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It is argued that connectionist models (neural nets, parallel distributed processing systems) have a great potential for changing our perspectives on animal behaviour. The approach is more structure-oriented than the conventional explanation by analogy. The method is used to analyze the principles of organization underlying oviposition decisions of parasitic wasps.

Affiliations: 1: (Department of Zoology, Div. of Ethology, University of Leiden, P.O. Box 9516, 2300 PA Leiden, The Netherlands

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2016-08-30

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