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Optimal Foraging Strategies Trever, Costas and Bill “International team of mystery”. Plants Virtuatum computata. Z Z Z Z Z Z. Simulate the movement of insects on a ring of plants with varying quality Investigate the movement rules that maximize energy intake. Simulation Code Construction.

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Optimal Foraging Strategies

Trever, Costas and Bill

“International team of mystery”

Plants

Virtuatum computata.

ZZZZZZ

  • Simulate the movement of insects on a ring of plants with varying quality
  • Investigate the movement rules that maximize energy intake
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Simulation Code Construction

Energy Ei

Probability of not moving Pi

Plant Quality Qi

Energy Ei

Pi=Ei/(Ei+Eh)

Through parameter Eh, the movement behavior of the insects can be changed

The probabilities of moving left or right are Pil and Pir

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Simulation Code Construction

Eh=0.0001

Eh=0.1

Energy Ei

Probability of not moving Pi

Eh=1

Plant Quality Qi

Energy Ei

Pi=Ei/(Ei+Eh)

Through parameter Eh, the movement behavior of the insects can be changed

Pi=Ei/(Ei+Eh)

Through parameter Eh, the movement behavior of the insects can be changed

The probabilities of moving left or right are Pil and Pir

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Simulation Code Construction

Eh=0.0001

Eh=0.1

Energy Ei

Probability of not moving Pi

Eh=1

Plant Quality Qi

Energy Ei

Eh~0 Insects don’t move except when plant quality is extremely low

Eh>1 Insects move continuously regardless of plant quality

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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Insects are uniformly distributed among plants at t=0

Eh=0.0001 Eh=0. 1 Eh=1

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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Eh=0.0001 Eh=0. 1 Eh=1

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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Optimal strategy is to NOT move unless plant the quality is very bad

Average Energy Intake

Eh

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Models for FIXED QUALITY Plants

If we consider space as discrete but time as continuous, then movement can be modeled as m coupled ODE’s, where m is number of plants

Equation for a single plant:

where

Since we are interested in equilibrium solutions, we set the system of ODE’s to zero.

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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Model Prediction

Optimal strategy is to NOT move unless plant the quality is very bad

Average Energy Intake

Simulation Prediction

Eh

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Simulation Case#2-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Model Prediction

Optimal strategy is to NOT move unless plant the quality is very bad

Average Energy Intake

Simulation Prediction

Eh

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Simulation Case#3-FIXED QUALITY

1

Quality Generated Randomly

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Model Predictions

For 100 random quality distributions

Average Energy Intake

Optimal strategy is to NOT move unless plant the quality is very bad

Eh

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SUMMARY

SCENARIO

1)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density independent

2)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density dependent

3)Plant quality is dynamic;

Energy intake is density independent

  • CONCLUSION
  • Optimal strategy: DON’T MOVE unless plant the quality is very bad
  • ?
  • 3)?
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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Energy Intake rate is density dependent

Density Dependence

Density Dependence

Ni

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Simulation Case#1-FIXED QUALITY

Energy Intake rate is density dependent

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

r=0

Optimal strategy is to NOT move unless plant the quality is very bad

r=0.01

Average Energy Intake

r=0.02

Eh

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SUMMARY

SCENARIO

1)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density independent

2)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density dependent

3)Plant quality is dynamic;

Energy intake is density independent

  • CONCLUSION
  • Optimal strategy: DON’T MOVE unless plant the quality is very bad
  • Optimal strategy: DON’T MOVE unless plant the quality is very bad
  • 3)?
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Simulation Case#1-DYNAMIC QUALITY

1

INITIAL

QUALITY

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Insects are uniformly distributed among plants at t=0

Quality Update:

At every iteration the simulation encounters standardized constant growth and consumption of the plant by the present insects.

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Simulation Case#1-DYNAMIC QUALITY

1

INITIAL

QUALITY

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Insects are uniformly distributed among plants at t=0

Eh=0.0001 Eh=0. 1 Eh=1

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Simulation Case#1-DYNAMIC QUALITY

1

INITIAL

QUALITY

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Eh=0.0001 Eh=0. 1 Eh=1

Quality Plot

Quality Plot

Quality Plot

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Simulation Case#1-DYNAMIC QUALITY

1

Plant Quality

0

1

20

Plant Position

Simulation Results

Optimal strategy is INTERMEDIATE between no movement and continuous movement

Average Energy Intake

Eh

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SUMMARY

SCENARIO

1)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density independent

2)Plant quality is fixed;

Energy intake is density dependent

3)Plant quality is dynamic;

Energy intake is density independent

  • CONCLUSION
  • Optimal strategy: DON’T MOVE unless plant the quality is very bad
  • Optimal strategy: DON’T MOVE unless plant the quality is very bad
  • 3)Optimal strategy: INTERMEDIATE between not moving and continuous movement
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Optimal Foraging Strategies

Trever, Costas and Bill

“International team of mystery”

“Oh, Behave…”

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