couzin

couzin

(ˈkʌzən)
n
South African a friend
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This swarming behavior results from local interactions between individual entities that lead to collective intelligence and emergent group behavior (Couzin and Krause 2003).
The research could help explain how large groups of animals balance cost and benefit, about which little is known, relates Iain Couzin, a Princeton visiting senior research scholar in ecology and evolutionary biology, and director of the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and chair of biodiversity and collective behavior at Germany's University of Konstanz.
Couzin, "Halt of Celebrex study threatens drug's future, other trials," Science, vol.
(68.) See, e.g., Robert Couzin, Imposing and Collecting Tax, in THE
It should be pointed out that the hypothesis of direction indicator (nonsense orientation) does not try to compete with complex models explaining coordinated synchronized movement and direction changes in swarms and flocks of insects, fish or birds (Couzin et al.
Couzin et al., "From disorder to order in marching locusts," Science, vol.
Peer review pipelines are already facing an exploding number of journal article submissions and grant applications (Miller and Couzin 2007).
Monosyllabic has an electronic howl as singer/guitarist Calum Couzin sings: "I never fail, I never lose."