On the mathematics of emergence
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We describe a setting where convergence to consensus in a population of autonomous agents can be formally addressed and prove some general results establishing conditions under which such convergence occurs. Both continuous and discrete time are considered and a number of particular examples, notably the way in which a population of animals move together, are considered as particular instances of our setting.
Keywords and phrases:emergence flocking consensus reaching
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000):92D50 92D25 91D30
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