Lev R. Ginzburg
Lev R. Ginzburg
Applied Biomathematics® Inc., East Setauket, New York, USA
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Coupling in predator-prey dynamics: ratio-dependence
R Arditi, LR Ginzburg
Journal of theoretical biology 139 (3), 311-326, 1989
The nature of predation: prey dependent, ratio dependent or neither?
PA Abrams, LR Ginzburg
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15 (8), 337-341, 2000
Constructing probability boxes and Dempster-Shafer structures
S Ferson, V Kreinovich, L Grinzburg, D Myers, K Sentz
Sandia journal manuscript; Not yet accepted for publication, 2015
Different methods are needed to propagate ignorance and variability
S Ferson, LR Ginzburg
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 54 (2-3), 133-144, 1996
Applied population ecologyprinciples and computer exercises using RAMAS EcoLab 2.5
HR Akçakaya, MA Burgman, LR Ginzburg
Sinauer Associates;[Basingstoke: Macmillan],, 1999
Quasiextinction probabilities as a measure of impact on population growth
LR Ginzburg, LB Slobodkin, K Johnson, AG Bindman
Risk Analysis 2 (3), 171-181, 1982
Variation in plankton densities among lakes: a case for ratio-dependent predation models
R Arditi, LR Ginzburg, HR Akcakaya
The American Naturalist 138 (5), 1287-1296, 1991
Model validation and predictive capability for the thermal challenge problem
S Ferson, WL Oberkampf, L Ginzburg
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (29-32), 2408-2430, 2008
Ratio‐dependent predation: an abstraction that works
HR Akcakaya, R Arditi, LR Ginzburg
Ecology 76 (3), 995-1004, 1995
Population cycles of forest Lepidoptera: a maternal effect hypothesis
LR Ginzburg, DE Taneyhill
Journal of Animal Ecology, 79-92, 1994
Experimental uncertainty estimation and statistics for data having interval uncertainty
S Ferson, V Kreinovich, J Hajagos, W Oberkampf, L Ginzburg
Sandia National Laboratories, Report SAND2007-0939 162, 2007
Consequences of ratio‐dependent predation for steady‐state properties of ecosystems
LR Ginzburg, HR Akcakaya
Ecology 73 (5), 1536-1543, 1992
Ecological orbits: how planets move and populations grow
L Ginzburg, M Colyvan
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2004
Reconstructibility of density dependence and the conservative assessment of extinction risks
LR Ginzburg, S Ferson, HR AKÇAKAYA
Conservation biology 4 (1), 63-70, 1990
How species interact: altering the standard view on trophic ecology
R Arditi, LR Ginzburg
Oxford University Press, 2012
Heterosis as an explanation for large amounts of genic polymorphism
RC Lewontin, LR Ginzburg, SD Tuljapurkar
Genetics 88 (1), 149-169, 1978
Rules of thumb for judging ecological theories
LR Ginzburg, CXJ Jensen
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19 (3), 121-126, 2004
Dependence in probabilistic modeling, Dempster-Shafer theory, and probability bounds analysis.
WL Oberkampf, WT Tucker, J Zhang, L Ginzburg, DJ Berleant, S Ferson, ...
Sandia National Laboratories, 2004
Ecological modeling in risk assessment: chemical effects on populations, ecosystems, and landscapes
RA Pastorok, SM Bartell, S Ferson, LR Ginzburg
CRC Press, 2016
Computing variance for interval data is NP-hard
S Ferson, L Ginzburg, V Kreinovich, L Longpré, M Aviles
ACM SIGACT News 33 (2), 108-118, 2002
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