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Refining self-propelled particle models for collective behaviour

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Swarming, schooling, flocking and herding are all names given to the wide variety of collective behaviours exhibited by groups of animals, bacteria and even individual cells. More generally, the term swarming describes the behaviour of an aggregate of agents (not necessarily biological) of similar size and shape which exhibit some emergent property such as directed migration or group cohesion. In this paper we review various individual-based models of collective behaviour and discuss their me...

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Christian A. Yates More by this author
Ruth E. Baker More by this author
Radek Erban More by this author
Philip K. Maini More by this author
Publication date:
2009
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oai:eprints.maths.ox.ac.uk:951

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