Persistent variation in spatial behavior affects the structure and function of interaction networks

@inproceedings{PinterWollman2014PersistentVI,
  title={Persistent variation in spatial behavior affects the structure and function of interaction networks},
  author={Noa Pinter-Wollman},
  year={2014}
}
The function of a network is affected by its structure. For example, the presence of highly interactive individuals, or hubs, influences the extent and rate of information spread across a network. In a network of interactions, the duration over which individual variation in interactions persists may affect how the network operates. Individuals may persist in their behavior over time and across situations, often referred to as personality. Colonies of social insects are an example of a… CONTINUE READING
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