The Dynamics of Animal Grouping
Though the term “grouping” is used very ambiguously in this chapter, we mean it to be a phenomenon such as insect swarming or fish schooling in which a number of animals are involved in movement as a group. In this chapter an attempt is made to describe the motion of swarming individuals, and to comprehend the grouping from the standpoint of advection—diusion processes.
KeywordsAnimal Group Swimming Speed Random Force Schooling Behavior Rectilinear Movement
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