Steven F Railsback
Steven F Railsback
Lang Railsback & Associates; Department of Mathematics, Humboldt State University
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A standard protocol for describing individual-based and agent-based models
V Grimm, U Berger, F Bastiansen, S Eliassen, V Ginot, J Giske, ...
Ecological modelling 198 (1-2), 115-126, 2006
Individual-based modeling and ecology
V Grimm, SF Railsback
Princeton university press, 2005
Pattern-oriented modeling of agent-based complex systems: lessons from ecology
V Grimm, E Revilla, U Berger, F Jeltsch, WM Mooij, SF Railsback, ...
science 310 (5750), 987-991, 2005
The ODD protocol: a review and first update
V Grimm, U Berger, DL DeAngelis, JG Polhill, J Giske, SF Railsback
Ecological modelling 221 (23), 2760-2768, 2010
Agent-based and individual-based modeling: a practical introduction
SF Railsback, V Grimm
Princeton university press, 2019
Agent-based simulation platforms: Review and development recommendations
SF Railsback, SL Lytinen, SK Jackson
Simulation 82 (9), 609-623, 2006
Concepts from complex adaptive systems as a framework for individual-based modelling
SF Railsback
Ecological modelling 139 (1), 47-62, 2001
Pattern-oriented modelling: a ‘multi-scope’for predictive systems ecology
V Grimm, SF Railsback
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Analysis of habitat‐selection rules using anindividual‐based model
SF Railsback, BC Harvey
Ecology 83 (7), 1817-1830, 2002
Movement rules for individual-based models of stream fish
SF Railsback, RH Lamberson, BC Harvey, WE Duffy
Ecological Modelling 123 (2-3), 73-89, 1999
Bioenergetics modeling of stream trout growth: temperature and food consumption effects
SF Railsback, KA Rose
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128 (2), 241-256, 1999
Design and performance of a channel reconstruction project in a coastal California gravel-bed stream
GM Kondolf, MW Smeltzer, SF Railsback
Environmental Management 28 (6), 761-776, 2001
What can habitat preference models tell us? Tests using a virtual trout population
SF Railsback, HB Stauffer, BC Harvey
Ecological Applications 13 (6), 1580-1594, 2003
Individual-based model of sympatric populations of brown and rainbow trout for instream flow assessment: model description and calibration
W Van Winkle, HI Jager, SF Railsback, BD Holcomb, TK Studley, ...
Ecological Modelling 110 (2), 175-207, 1998
Towards better modelling and decision support: documenting model development, testing, and analysis using TRACE
V Grimm, J Augusiak, A Focks, BM Frank, F Gabsi, ASA Johnston, C Liu, ...
Ecological modelling 280, 129-139, 2014
Tests of theory for diel variation in salmonid feeding activity and habitat use
SF Railsback, BC Harvey, JW Hayse, KE LaGory
Ecology 86 (4), 947-959, 2005
InSTREAM: the individual-based stream trout research and environmental assessment model
SF Railsback, BC Harvey, SK Jackson, RH Lamberson
Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-218. Albany, CA: US Department of Agriculture …, 2009
Making predictions in a changing world: the benefits of individual-based ecology
RA Stillman, SF Railsback, J Giske, UTA Berger, V Grimm
Bioscience 65 (2), 140-150, 2014
The evolution of agent-based simulation platforms: a review of NetLogo 5.0 and ReLogo
SL Lytinen, SF Railsback
Proceedings of the fourth international symposium on agent-based modeling …, 2012
Population‐level analysis and validation of an individual‐based Cutthroat Trout model
SF Railsback, BC Harvey, RH Lamberson, DE Lee, NJ Claasen, ...
Natural Resource Modeling 15 (1), 83-110, 2002
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