Flocking in noisy environments

@inproceedings{Cucker2008FlockingIN,
  title={Flocking in noisy environments},
  author={Felipe Cucker and Ernesto Mordecki},
  year={2008}
}
The problem of reaching a consensus in a group of autonomous agents has been the object of study in a number of situations ranging from linguistics [11, 18, 20] to distributed computing [25, 26] and from physics [27] to animal behavior [6, 13, 23, 24]. Research on the latter attempts to explain, by appropriately modeling it, the observed behavior of a group of animals, say a flock of birds, whose velocities converge to a common one. An influential model for this behavior has been postulated in… CONTINUE READING
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