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Boids - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boids is an artificial life program, developed by Craig Reynolds in 1986, which simulates the flocking behaviour of birds. His paper on this topic was published in 1987 in the proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH conference. The name refers to a "bird-like object", but its pronunciation evokes that of "bird" in a stereotypical New York accent.

As with most artificial life simulations, Boids is an example of emergent behavior; that is, the complexity of Boids arises from the interaction of individual agents (the boids, in this case) adhering to a set of simple rules. The rules applied in the simplest Boids world are as follows:

More complex rules can be added, such as obstacle avoidance and goal seeking.

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Pure Emergence: Tom Beddard's Amazing Fractal Architecture - Gizmodo Australia

Pure Emergence: Tom Beddard's Amazing Fractal Architecture
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Has links to various languages good for programming complex systems.

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Updated Instructions for Creating a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi « adafruit industries blog

Updated Instructions for Creating a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi « adafruit industries blog | Complex Adaptive System vs Multi Agent System | Scoop.it
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : Blog - MiniPOV SpokePOV Tools MintyBoost Gift Certificates Arduino BoArduino TV-B-Gone Game of Life SIM reader Drawdio XBee Tweet-a-Watt Cables Robotics Sensors/Parts separator0 LEDs Clocks...
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lego raspberry pi case instructions - Google Search

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Just a search--includes Adafruit and Southhampton results Fr Raspberry Pi supercomputer.

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Decision and Information Sciences - Complex Adaptive Systems

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Argonne National Lab Complex Adaptive Systems page, has links to Repast and Simphony download, has examples in a (500-page) Proceedings from 2007 conference. Includes foot traffic analysis from Turkish archeological sites (pgs 475-).

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Flocking Activity | MIT STEP

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Complex adaptive system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Complex adaptive systems are special cases of complex systems, often defined as a 'complex macroscopic collection' of relatively 'similar and partially connected micro-structures' – formed in order to adapt to the changing environment, and increase its survivability as a macro-structure.[1][2][3]

They are complex in that they are dynamic networks of interactions, and their relationships are not aggregations of the individual static entities. They are adaptive; in that the individual and collective behavior mutate and self-organize corresponding to the change-initiating micro-event or collection of events.[1][2]

The term complex adaptive systems, or complexity science, is often used to describe the loosely organized academic field that has grown up around the study of such systems. Complexity science is not a single theory— it encompasses more than one theoretical framework and is highly interdisciplinary, seeking the answers to some fundamental questions about living, adaptable, changeable systems.

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