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Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2003
viii, 538 s., [8] s. obr. příl. : il. ; 24 cm

ISBN 0-691-11624-5 (váz.)
Princeton studies in complexity
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [497]-524 a rejstřík
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Contents // Explanation of Color Plates vii // Prologue: Aims and Scope of the Book 2 // Part I. Introduction to Biological Self-Organization 5 // Chapter 1 - What Is Self-Organization? 7 // Chapter 2 - How Self-Organization Works 15 // Chapter 3 - Characteristics of Self-Organizing Systems 29 // Chapter 4 - Alternatives to Self-Organization 47 // Chapter 5 - Why Self-Organization? 63 // Chapter 6 - Investigation of Self-Organization 69 // Chapter 7 - Misconceptions about Self-Organization 88 // Part II. Case Studies 93 // Chapter 8 - Pattern Formation in Slime Molds and Bacteria 95 // Chapter 9 - Feeding Aggregations of Bark Beetles 121 // Chapter 10 - Synchronized Flashing among Fireflies 143 // Chapter 11 - Fish Schooling 167 // Chapter 12 - Nectar Source Selection by Honey Bees 189 // Chapter 13 - Trail Formation in Ants 217 // Chapter 14 - The Swarm Raids of Army Ants 257 // Chapter 15 - Colony Thermoregulation in Honey Bees 285 // Chapter 16 - Comb Patterns in Honey Bee Colonies 309 // Chapter 17 - Wall Building by Ants 341 // Chapter 18 - Termite Mound Building 377 // Chapter 19 - Construction Algorithms in Wasps 405 // Chapter 20 - Dominance Hierarchies in Paper Wasps 443 // Part III. Conclusions 483 // Chapter 21 - Lessons, Speculations, and the Future of Self-Organization 485 // Notes 495 // References 497 // Index 525

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