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In this paper we study the problem of congestion in system where agents move according to simple ant inspired movement rules. It is assumed that the agents have to visit a service station to refill their energy storage. After visiting the service station the ants can move randomly and fast. The less energy an agent has the slower it becomes and the more it(More)
The size of a virion is a key criterion to its proper classification and may have implications in many practical aspects. Size determinations by thin section electron microscopy often result in length aberrations of more than 10% because of a number of preparative and instrumental inaccuracies, e.g. specimen shrinkage or swelling and unreliable calibration.(More)
The biogenic amines serotonin (5HT) and octopamine (OA) exist in the bee and can modulate neuronal activity and behaviour. 5HT-like and OA-like immunoreactivities can be found in most neuropils of the brain. Binding sites for the two amines are also present in most brain neuropils. The highest density of binding sites for [3H]serotonin and [3H]octopamine(More)
We investigate the dynamics of the majority-rule opinion formation model when voters experience differential latencies. With this extension, voters that just adopted an opinion go into a latent state during which they are excluded from the opinion formation process. The duration of the latent state depends on the opinion adopted by the voter. This leads to(More)
A simulation of the NC-shape grinding process of free formed surfaces is considered. A central issue in the simulation is the numerical solution of dynamic Signorini problems. Here, space adaptive techniques for such problems are discussed. The Newmark method in time and low order finite elements in space are used for discretisation. For the global(More)
Received (received date) Revised (revised date) Communicated by Editor's name ABSTRACT Different types of decentralized clustering problems have been studied so far for networks and multi-agent systems. In this paper we introduce a new type of a decentralized clustering problem for networks. The so called Decentralized Packet Clustering (DPC) problem is to(More)
The information provided is the sole responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the members of IRIDIA. The authors take full responsibility for any copyright breaches that may result from publication of this paper in the IRIDIA – Technical Report Series. IRIDIA is not responsible for any use that might be made of data(More)