Diagram: Swarm Behavior

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Swarm behavior - examples of which happen in the natural world - is an evocative example of complex system wherein simple agents (birds, ants, fish), can collectively display emergent forms.

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Wohl, S. (2016, 14 April). Swarm Behavior. Retrieved from https://kapalicarsi.wittmeyer.io/definition/swarm-behavior

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