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Christensen, Kim; Papavassiliou, Dario; de Figueiredo, Alexandre; Franks, Nigel R.; Sendova-Franks, Ana B. (2015)
Publisher: The Royal Society
Journal: Journal of the Royal Society Interface
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: QA, universality, controlled experiment, 1004, ant, 181, social systems, behaviour, Research Articles, 120
Prediction for social systems is a major challenge. Universality at the social level has inspired a unified theory for urban living but individual variation makes predicting relationships within societies difficult. Here, we show that in ant societies individual average speed is higher when event duration is longer. Expressed as a single scaling function, this relationship is universal because for any event duration an ant, on average, moves at the corresponding average speed except for a short acceleration and deceleration at the beginning and end. This establishes cause and effect within a social system and may inform engineering and control of artificial ones.
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