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Broom, Mark - Department of Mathematics, University of Sussex
Patterns of Evolutionarily Stable Strategies: the Maximal Pattern Conjecture revisited
A spatial model of antipredator vigilance C.J.Proctor \Lambda & M.Broom +
A model of dominance and resource division amongst a group of animals of
A Sequential-Arrivals Model of Territory Acquisition II
Rapid convergence to an equilibrium state in kleptoparasitic populations
A model of dominance and resource division amongst a group of animals of
A spatial model of anti-predator vigilance C.J.Proctor & M.Broom+
Evolutionary stable kleptoparasitism: consequences of different prey types
Evolution in Knockout Conflicts. I The Fixed Strategy Case.
for submission to Journal of Evolutionary Biology last revision 17.7.98
A Framework for Modelling and Analysing Conspecific Brood Parasitism
A SequentialArrivals Model of Territory Acquisition II
Mathematical Analysis of a Model describing Evolution of an Asexual Population in a Changing Environment
Patterns of Evolutionarily Stable Strategies: the Maximal Pattern Conjecture revisited
Bounds on the number of ESSs of a matrix game Centre for Statistics and Stochastic Modelling,
-Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: c.j.proctor@ncl.ac.uk
Evolutionarily Stable Brood Parasitism and G. D. Ruxton1**
Entropy 2002, 4, 3546 ISSN 1099-4300
A Unified Model of Dominance Hierarchy Formation and Maintenance
The effects of parasitism and body length on1 positioning within wild fish shoals2
Infanticide and infant defence by males -1 modelling the conditions in primate multi-male groups2
The use of multiplayer game theory in the modelling of biological populations
Ruxton, Broom & Colegrave:1 Are unusually colored eggs a signal to
Bounds on the number of ESSs of a matrix game Centre for Statistics and Stochastic Modelling,
for submission to Journal of Evolutionary Biology last revision 17.7.98
Modelling Dominance Hierarchy formation as a Multi-player game
Evolution in Knockout Conflicts. I The Fixed Strategy Case.
Evolution in Knockout Contests: the Variable Strategy Case
Evolution in Knockout Contests: the Variable Strategy Case
Evolution in Knockout Con icts. I The Fixed Strategy Case.
Evolutionarily Stable Brood Parasitism M. Broom 1* and G. D. Ruxton 1**
Patterns of Evolutionarily Stable Strategies: the Maximal Pattern Conjecture revisited
Ruxton, Broom & Colegrave:1 Are unusually colored eggs a signal to
Evolution in Knockout Contests: the Variable Strategy Case
How does intraspecific brood parasitism affect the number of eggs an individual
Bounds on the number of ESSs of a matrix game M.Broom,
A spatial model of anti-predator vigilance C.J.Proctor* & M.Broom+
A Sequential-Arrivals Model of Territory Acquisition II