Modeling and Cohesiveness Analysis of Midge Swarms

@article{Passino2013ModelingAC,
  title={Modeling and Cohesiveness Analysis of Midge Swarms},
  author={Kevin M. Passino},
  journal={IJSIR},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-22}
}
Midges Anarete pritchardi coordinate their flight motions to form a cohesive group during swarming. In this paper, individual midge motion dynamics, sensing abilities, and flight rules are represented with a midge swarm model. The sensing accuracy and flight rule are adjusted so that the model produces trajectory behavior, and velocity, speed, and acceleration distributions, that are remarkably similar to those found in midge swarm experiments. Mathematical analysis of the validated swarm model… CONTINUE READING

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