Temporal sequence of waiting times shows an intermittent pattern.

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Scaling laws of ambush predator ‘waiting’ behaviour are
tuned to a common ecology
by Victoria J. Wearmouth, Matthew J. McHugh, Nicolas E. Humphries, Aurore
Naegelen, Mohammed Z. Ahmed, Emily J. Southall, Andrew M. Reynolds, and David
W. Sims
Proceedings B
Volume 281(1782):20132997
May 7, 2014
©2014 by The Royal Society
Temporal sequence of waiting times shows an intermittent pattern.
Victoria J. Wearmouth et al. Proc. R. Soc. B
2014;281:20132997
©2014 by The Royal Society
Power-law scaling of waiting time distributions among individuals of diverse species.
Victoria J. Wearmouth et al. Proc. R. Soc. B
2014;281:20132997
©2014 by The Royal Society
Non-universality in scaling exponents predicted by traits linked to state.
Victoria J. Wearmouth et al. Proc. R. Soc. B
2014;281:20132997
©2014 by The Royal Society
(a) Simulation data for the proportion of waiting times with duration more than T produced by
the stochastic priority-list model (γ = 1) (open circles) together with the best fit inverse powerlaw (black line).
Victoria J. Wearmouth et al. Proc. R. Soc. B
2014;281:20132997
©2014 by The Royal Society
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