James A. R. Marshall
James A. R. Marshall
Professor of Theoretical & Computational Biology, University of Sheffield
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Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality
P Abbot, J Abe, J Alcock, S Alizon, JAC Alpedrinha, M Andersson, ...
Nature 471 (7339), E1-E4, 2011
Stop signals provide cross inhibition in collective decision-making by honeybee swarms
TD Seeley, PK Visscher, T Schlegel, PM Hogan, NR Franks, JAR Marshall
Science 335 (6064), 108-111, 2012
Group selection and kin selection: formally equivalent approaches
JAR Marshall
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (7), 325-332, 2011
On optimal decision-making in brains and social insect colonies
JAR Marshall, R Bogacz, A Dornhaus, R Planqué, T Kovacs, NR Franks
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 6 (40), 1065-1074, 2009
On cost-efficiency of the global container shipping network
D Song*, J Zhang, J Carter, T Field, J Marshall, J Polak, K Schumacher, ...
Maritime Policy & Management 32 (1), 15-30, 2005
Mammalian choices: combining fast-but-inaccurate and slow-but-accurate decision-making systems
PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JAR Marshall, R Bogacz, ES Paul, MT Mendl, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1649), 2353-2361, 2008
A mechanism for value-sensitive decision-making
D Pais, PM Hogan, T Schlegel, NR Franks, NE Leonard, JAR Marshall
PloS one 8 (9), e73216, 2013
Decision-making under uncertainty: biases and Bayesians
PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JAR Marshall, MT Mendl, ES Paul, ...
Animal cognition 14 (4), 465-476, 2011
Noise, cost and speed-accuracy trade-offs: decision-making in a decentralized system
JAR Marshall, A Dornhaus, NR Franks, T Kovacs
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 3 (7), 243-254, 2006
Social evolution and inclusive fitness theory: an introduction
JAR Marshall
Princeton University Press, 2015
Swarm cognition: an interdisciplinary approach to the study of self-organising biological collectives
V Trianni, E Tuci, KM Passino, JAR Marshall
Swarm Intelligence 5 (1), 3-18, 2011
On evolutionary explanations of cognitive biases
JAR Marshall, PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JM McNamara
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (8), 469-473, 2013
A simple threshold rule is sufficient to explain sophisticated collective decision-making
EJH Robinson, NR Franks, S Ellis, S Okuda, JAR Marshall
PloS one 6 (5), e19981, 2011
The execution kernel of RC++: RETE*, a faster RETE with TREAT as a special case
I Wright, JAR Marshall
Int. J. Intell. Games & Simulation 2 (1), 36-48, 2003
Decision-making without a brain: how an amoeboid organism solves the two-armed bandit
CR Reid, H MacDonald, RP Mann, JAR Marshall, T Latty, S Garnier
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (119), 20160030, 2016
Does natural selection favour the Rescorla–Wagner rule?
PC Trimmer, JM McNamara, AI Houston, JAR Marshall
Journal of theoretical biology 302, 39-52, 2012
Evidence for the speed–value trade-off: Human and monkey decision making is magnitude sensitive.
A Pirrone, H Azab, BY Hayden, T Stafford, JAR Marshall
Decision 5 (2), 129, 2018
Colony-level cognition
JAR Marshall, NR Franks
Current Biology 19 (10), R395-R396, 2009
Model of the best-of- nest-site selection process in honeybees
A Reina, JAR Marshall, V Trianni, T Bose
Physical Review E 95 (5), 052411, 2017
When natural selection should optimize speed-accuracy trade-offs
A Pirrone, T Stafford, JAR Marshall
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 73, 2014
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