Commit deca97e3 authored by Sergey.Budaev's avatar Sergey.Budaev
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doc: number figs

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......@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ and increases with repeated generations.
also changing according to
[ga_mutat_adaptive](http://ahamodel.uib.no/doxydoc/classthe__population.html#a3dd42184e1f4e3cad9ef2d887c2c0286)
function.
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-02.svg)
![Fig. 2](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-02.svg)
### Basic results ###
......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ a steady increasing pattern. The number of agents that were alive at the
end of each generation reduced initially (up to generation 60), but started
to rise with further generations (after generation 80).
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-03.svg)
![Fig. 3](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-03.svg)
#### Feeding and growth
......@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ Due to the increasing optimization complexity caused by the lack of food
replenishment within a generation, body length and the feeding rate of the
evolving agents stopped growing after approximately generation 30.
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-04.svg)
![Fig. 4](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-04.svg)
However, this was caused by efficient optimization--the agents were able
to eat out almost all of the food available in the environment. This is
......@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ in the environment that were still available (not eaten) at the end of each
generation. This plot also shows the average perceived number of food items
by the agents.
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-05.svg)
![Fig. 5](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-05.svg)
Clearly, the agents were able to eat out nearly all food resource available
to them in the environment. Thus, approximately after generation 40, their
......@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ The following plot shows the pattern of food consumption (feeding rate,
the number of food items eaten at each time step per alive agents) over the
time steps at the last generation (100).
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-06.svg)
![Fig. 6](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-06.svg)
It is clear that the agents eat out most of the food already during the
first half of the life cycle.
......@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ tactics. The predator perception by the agents (number of predators that they
see) also showed a reducing pattern, but there was a significant sigmoidal
fluctuation. This might have several different interpretations.
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-07.svg)
![Fig. 7](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-07.svg)
#### Response to conspecifics
......@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ The agents evolved avoidance of conspecifics, presumably to reduce food
competition. Predator and conspecific perception had similar cyclic patterns
that probably reflect changes of visibility and depth.
![Fig. 1](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-08.svg)
![Fig. 8](http://ahamodel.uib.no/otherinfo/desc_r1/plot-r1-08.svg)
### General conclusions ###
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