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Inferring the structure and dynamics of interactions in schooling fish
Determining individual-level interactions that govern highly coordinated motion in animal groups or cellular aggregates has been a long-standing challenge, central to understanding the mechanisms andExpand
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Collective States, Multistability and Transitional Behavior in Schooling Fish
The spontaneous emergence of pattern formation is ubiquitous in nature, often arising as a collective phenomenon from interactions among a large number of individual constituents or sub-systems.Expand
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Emergent Sensing of Complex Environments by Mobile Animal Groups
The Power of the Collective Sensing the environment is generally considered to require significant cognitive sampling and comparison, not to mention time. However, species that do not necessarilyExpand
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Visual sensory networks and effective information transfer in animal groups
Social transmission of information is vital for many group-living animals, allowing coordination of motion and effective response to complex environments. Revealing the interaction networksExpand
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Predatory Fish Select for Coordinated Collective Motion in Virtual Prey
Evolving Group Formation Grouping behavior in prey species has long been thought to constitute an adaptation against predation; however, it has been difficult to characterize the mechanisms by whichExpand
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Predation Risk as a Driving Force for Sexual Segregation: A Cross‐Population Comparison
Sexual segregation is widespread throughout the animal kingdom. Although a number of hypotheses have been proposed to account for observed patterns, the generality of the mechanisms remains debated.Expand
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The Dynamics of Coordinated Group Hunting and Collective Information Transfer among Schooling Prey
Predator-prey interactions are vital to the stability of many ecosystems. Yet, few studies have considered how they are mediated due to substantial challenges in quantifying behavior over appropriateExpand
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Potential Leaders Trade Off Goal-Oriented and Socially Oriented Behavior in Mobile Animal Groups
Leadership is widespread across the animal kingdom. In self-organizing groups, such as fish schools, theoretical models predict that effective leaders need to balance goal-oriented motion, such asExpand
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Uninformed Individuals Promote Democratic Consensus in Animal Groups
Uninformed individuals inhibit extremism and enforce fair representation during collective decision-making. Conflicting interests among group members are common when making collective decisions, yetExpand
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The confusion effect—from neural networks to reduced predation risk
The confusion effect is often cited as an antipredatory benefit of group living and has been demonstrated by numerous studies across a range of taxa. However, there have been relatively few studiesExpand
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