Dranreb Earl O. Juanico

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Animal and human clusters are complex adaptive systems and many organize in cluster sizes s that obey the frequency distribution D (s) proportional to s(-tau). The exponent tau describes the relative abundance of the cluster sizes in a given system. Data analyses reveal that real-world clusters exhibit a broad spectrum of tau values, 0.7 (tuna fish schools)(More)
Experimental evidence for self-organised criticality (SOC) in non-conservative systems has recently been found in studies of rat cortical slices. The size distribution of observed neuronal avalanches has been attested to obey 3/2 power-law scaling. A mean-field sandpile model of a noisy neuronal system is proposed to refute the irreconcilability between(More)
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