Diffusion of individual birds in starling flocks

@inproceedings{Cavagna2013DiffusionOI,
  title={Diffusion of individual birds in starling flocks},
  author={Andrea Cavagna and Sı́lvio M. Duarte Queir{\'o}s and Irene Giardina and Fabio Stefanini and Massimiliano Viale},
  booktitle={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2013}
}
Flocking is a paradigmatic example of collective animal behaviour, where global order emerges out of self-organization. Each individual has a tendency to align its flight direction with those of neighbours, and such a simple form of interaction produces a state of collective motion of the group. When compared with other cases of collective ordering, a crucial feature of animal groups is that the interaction network is not fixed in time, as each individual moves and continuously changes its… CONTINUE READING
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