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Collective motion of run-and-tumble particles drives aggregation in one-dimensional systems

  title={Collective motion of run-and-tumble particles drives aggregation in one-dimensional systems},
  author={Carlos M. Guti{\'e}rrez and Christian Vanhille Campos and Francisco Alarc{\'o}n Oseguera and Ignacio Pagonabarraga and Ricardo Brito and Chantal Valeriani},
  journal={arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter},
We numerically study a one-dimensional system of self-propelled particles on a lattice where the state of each particle is given by its moving direction (left or right) and its position on the lattice. Particles obey run-and-tumble dynamics and interact with each other via excluded volume. Besides particle motion, we consider the collective motion of aggregates towards the direction dictated by the majority of their constituents (in a momentum-conservation manner). Our results show that this… 
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