From empirical data to inter-individual interactions: Unveiling the rules of collective animal behavior

@inproceedings{Cavagna2010FromED,
  title={From empirical data to inter-individual interactions: Unveiling the rules of collective animal behavior},
  author={Andrea Cavagna and Alessio Cimarelli and Irene Giardina and Giorgio Parisi and Raffaele Santagati and Fabio Stefanini and Raffaele Tavarone},
  year={2010}
}
Animal groups represent magnificent archetypes of self-organized collective behavior. As such, they have attracted enormous interdisciplinary interest in the last years. From a mechanistic point of view, animal aggregations remind physical systems of particles or spins, where the individual constituents interact locally, giving rise to ordering at the global scale. This analogy has fostered important research, where numerical and theoretical approaches from physics have been applied to models… CONTINUE READING

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