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LEVY flights are a special class of random walks whose step lengths are not constant but rather are chosen from aprobability distribution with a power-law tail. Realizations of Levy flights in physical phenomena are very diverse, examplesincluding fluid dynamics, dynamical systems, and micelles [1,2]. This diversity raises the possibility that Levy flights may befound in biological systems.
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