Metric and Topological Neighborhoods in Flocking Models

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8th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies (formerly BIONETICS)
Yuki Sakamoto1, Tatsuji Takahashi1
1: Tokyo Denki University

    Since the Boids model was proposed by Reynolds(1987), grouping behavior of animals and agents have been extensively studied and applied. Recent improvement in movie analysis enabled the discovery of scale-free correlation and phase transition in real flocks. We execute the comparison of two kinds of distances that define the behavior of the individuals in groups.