Collective motion in behaviorally heterogeneous systems

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Copenhagen, Katherine;
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: Biophysics | Computational physics

Collective motion is a widespread phenomenon in nature where individuals actively propel themselves, gather together and move as a group. Some examples of collective motion are bird flocks, fish schools, bacteria swarms, cell clusters, and crowds of people. Many models ... View more
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