Most of the questions on the dynamics of systems
of strongly interacting (simple) agents we can pose
could be reframed, without any modification, in the context of
social insects, since these are, without any doubt, a truly
paradigm for complex systems. This chapter surveys some
of the mathematical models that have been successfully used
to analyze swarm behavior.
CitationDelgado, J. "Social insects and swarm intelligence". 1999.
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