publication . Preprint . Article . 2013

Evolution of Swarming Behavior Is Shaped by How Predators Attack

Randal S. Olson; David B. Knoester; Christoph Adami;
Open Access English
  • Published: 22 Oct 2013
Abstract
Comment: 25 pages, 11 figures, 5 tables, including 2 Supplementary Figures. Version to appear in "Artificial Life"
Subjects
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMethodologies_ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCEComputingMilieux_LEGALASPECTSOFCOMPUTING
free text keywords: Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution, Computer Science - Neural and Evolutionary Computing, Microeconomics, Swarming (honey bee), Predation, Selective advantage, Social intelligence, Selfish herd theory, Collective cognition, Computer science, Evolutionary algorithm, Evolutionary computation, Artificial intelligence, business.industry, business, Ecology
Related Organizations
Funded by
NSF| GENEVA: Generalizing Evolutionary Algorithms
Project
  • Funder: National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Project Code: 1122617
  • Funding stream: Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering | Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure
,
NSF| BEACON: An NSF Center for the Study of Evolution in Action
Project
  • Funder: National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Project Code: 0939454
  • Funding stream: Directorate for Biological Sciences | Division of Biological Infrastructure
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[1] I.D. Couzin. Collective cognition in animal groups. Trends Cogn. Sci., 13:36-43, 2009. [OpenAIRE]

[2] C.J. Feare. The Starling. Oxford University Press, USA, 1984.

[3] C.K. Hemelrijk and H. Hildenbrandt. Some causes of the variable shape of flocks of birds. PLoS ONE, 6:e22479, 2011. [OpenAIRE]

[4] F.C. Dyer. The biology of the dance language. Annu. Rev. of Entomol., 47:917-49, 2002.

[5] L. Hall-Stoodley, J.W. Costerton, and P. Stoodley. Bacterial biofilms: From the natural environment to infectious diseases. Nat. Rev. Micro., 2:95-108, 2004.

[6] M. Kersten, R.H. Britton, P.J. Dugan, and H. Hafner. Flock feeding and food intake in Little Egrets: The effects of prey distribution and behaviour. J. Anim. Ecol., 60:241-252, 1991.

[7] M. Ballerini et al. Interaction ruling animal collective behavior depends on topological rather than metric distance: Evidence from a field study. P. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 105:1232-7, 2008.

[8] J.K. Parrish. Complexity, pattern, and evolutionary trade-offs in animal aggregation. Science, 284:99, 1999.

[9] J. Krause and G.D. Ruxton. Living in groups. Oxford University Press, USA, 2002.

[10] B. Yuval, J.W. Wekesa, and R.K. Washino. Effect of body size on swarming behavior and mating success of male Anopheles freeborni (Diptera: Culicidae). J. Insect Behav., 6:333-342, 1993.

[11] A. Diabate´, A.S. Yaro, A. Dao, M. Diallo, D.L. Huestis, and T. Lehmann. Spatial distribution and male mating success of Anopheles gambiae swarms. BMC Evol. Biol., 11:184, 2011.

[14] R.E. Kenward. Hawks and doves: Factors affecting success and selection in Goshawk attacks on Woodpigeons. J. Anim. Ecol., 47:449-460, 1978. [OpenAIRE]

[15] M. Treisman. Predation and the evolution of gregariousness. I. Models for concealment and evasion. Anim. Behav., 23:779-800, 1975.

[16] H.R. Pulliam. On the advantages of flocking. J. Theor. Bio., 38:419-22, 1973.

[17] A.J. Inman and J. Krebs. Predation and group living. Trends Ecol. Evol., 2:31-32, 1987.

55 references, page 1 of 4
Abstract
Comment: 25 pages, 11 figures, 5 tables, including 2 Supplementary Figures. Version to appear in "Artificial Life"
Subjects
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMethodologies_ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCEComputingMilieux_LEGALASPECTSOFCOMPUTING
free text keywords: Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution, Computer Science - Neural and Evolutionary Computing, Microeconomics, Swarming (honey bee), Predation, Selective advantage, Social intelligence, Selfish herd theory, Collective cognition, Computer science, Evolutionary algorithm, Evolutionary computation, Artificial intelligence, business.industry, business, Ecology
Related Organizations
Funded by
NSF| GENEVA: Generalizing Evolutionary Algorithms
Project
  • Funder: National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Project Code: 1122617
  • Funding stream: Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering | Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure
,
NSF| BEACON: An NSF Center for the Study of Evolution in Action
Project
  • Funder: National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Project Code: 0939454
  • Funding stream: Directorate for Biological Sciences | Division of Biological Infrastructure
55 references, page 1 of 4

[1] I.D. Couzin. Collective cognition in animal groups. Trends Cogn. Sci., 13:36-43, 2009. [OpenAIRE]

[2] C.J. Feare. The Starling. Oxford University Press, USA, 1984.

[3] C.K. Hemelrijk and H. Hildenbrandt. Some causes of the variable shape of flocks of birds. PLoS ONE, 6:e22479, 2011. [OpenAIRE]

[4] F.C. Dyer. The biology of the dance language. Annu. Rev. of Entomol., 47:917-49, 2002.

[5] L. Hall-Stoodley, J.W. Costerton, and P. Stoodley. Bacterial biofilms: From the natural environment to infectious diseases. Nat. Rev. Micro., 2:95-108, 2004.

[6] M. Kersten, R.H. Britton, P.J. Dugan, and H. Hafner. Flock feeding and food intake in Little Egrets: The effects of prey distribution and behaviour. J. Anim. Ecol., 60:241-252, 1991.

[7] M. Ballerini et al. Interaction ruling animal collective behavior depends on topological rather than metric distance: Evidence from a field study. P. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 105:1232-7, 2008.

[8] J.K. Parrish. Complexity, pattern, and evolutionary trade-offs in animal aggregation. Science, 284:99, 1999.

[9] J. Krause and G.D. Ruxton. Living in groups. Oxford University Press, USA, 2002.

[10] B. Yuval, J.W. Wekesa, and R.K. Washino. Effect of body size on swarming behavior and mating success of male Anopheles freeborni (Diptera: Culicidae). J. Insect Behav., 6:333-342, 1993.

[11] A. Diabate´, A.S. Yaro, A. Dao, M. Diallo, D.L. Huestis, and T. Lehmann. Spatial distribution and male mating success of Anopheles gambiae swarms. BMC Evol. Biol., 11:184, 2011.

[14] R.E. Kenward. Hawks and doves: Factors affecting success and selection in Goshawk attacks on Woodpigeons. J. Anim. Ecol., 47:449-460, 1978. [OpenAIRE]

[15] M. Treisman. Predation and the evolution of gregariousness. I. Models for concealment and evasion. Anim. Behav., 23:779-800, 1975.

[16] H.R. Pulliam. On the advantages of flocking. J. Theor. Bio., 38:419-22, 1973.

[17] A.J. Inman and J. Krebs. Predation and group living. Trends Ecol. Evol., 2:31-32, 1987.

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publication . Preprint . Article . 2013

Evolution of Swarming Behavior Is Shaped by How Predators Attack

Randal S. Olson; David B. Knoester; Christoph Adami;