record density

record density

[′rek·ərd ‚den·səd·ē]
(computer science)
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Herein we report on a single eastern coyote pack that existed at a record density for 10 mo as the result of a small territory area.
The pack density (fall density = 2.93-3.41 individuals per [km.sup.2] and winter density = 1.95 individuals per [km.sup.2]) easily exceeds the previous record density reported for the coyote in eastern North America (Hilton, 1986) and is on par with the highest recorded density of ~3 individuals per [km.sup.2] across their range (Andelt, 1985; Gier, 1975; Parker, 1995: Chapter 6).
Sloane of AT&T Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill describe many of these methods and list sphere packings of record density in their definitive book on the subject: Sphere Packings, Lattices and Groups (1988, Springer-Verlag).