Modelling of collective motion

Barry W. Fitzgerald, Rutger A. van Santen, Johan T. Padding

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Collective motion can be observed in many systems at various length scales. Ranging from the interaction of microswimmers at the microscopic scale to the dynamics of people and flocking behaviours of birds at the macroscopic scale, the natural world is home to many examples of collective responses. The emergence of collective motion in systems has long fascinated the scientific community with the classical approach for their study based on experimental observation. However, the development of suitable computer algorithms has significantly supplemented and complemented these empirical studies while also motivating new research fields on collective behaviour. This chapter outlines methods for measuring collective motion and key algorithms for the simulation of collective responses in birds, fish, mammals and people.

Originele taal-2Engels
TitelComplexity science
Subtitelan introduction
RedacteurenMark A. Peletier, Rutger A. van Santen, Erik Steur
Plaats van productieSingapore
UitgeverijWorld Scientific
Hoofdstuk9
Pagina's305-328
Aantal pagina's24
ISBN van elektronische versie9789813239609
ISBN van geprinte versie9789813239593
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 20 mrt 2019

Vingerafdruk

Collective Motion
Modeling
Flocking
Collective Behavior
Fish
Length Scale
Empirical Study
Interaction
Simulation

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Fitzgerald, B. W., van Santen, R. A., & Padding, J. T. (2019). Modelling of collective motion. In M. A. Peletier, R. A. van Santen, & E. Steur (editors), Complexity science: an introduction (blz. 305-328). Singapore: World Scientific. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789813239609_0009
Fitzgerald, Barry W. ; van Santen, Rutger A. ; Padding, Johan T. / Modelling of collective motion. Complexity science: an introduction. redacteur / Mark A. Peletier ; Rutger A. van Santen ; Erik Steur. Singapore : World Scientific, 2019. blz. 305-328
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