A review of swarmalators and their potential in bio-inspired computing

@inproceedings{OKeeffe2019ARO,
  title={A review of swarmalators and their potential in bio-inspired computing},
  author={Kevin P. O'Keeffe and C. Bettstetter},
  booktitle={Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2019}
}
From fireflies to heart cells, many systems in Nature show the remarkable ability to spontaneously fall into synchrony. By imitating Nature's success at self-synchronizing, scientists have designed cost-effective methods to achieve synchrony in the lab, with applications ranging from wireless sensor networks to radio transmission. A similar story has occurred in the study of swarms, where inspiration from the behavior flocks of birds and schools of fish has led to low-footprint algorithms for… Expand
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