Emergent Behavior Simulation Tool
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This Ants and Bridges interactive media serves as a development tool for students to model swarms and emergent behavior before spending hours of development and programming time. This media can be accompanied by narrated slides developed by Dan Palmer and Ravi Vaidyanathan, both experts in the field of swarms and emergent behavior, guiding students through the use of the media. The media can be used with multiple objectives as determined by an instructors needs (the learning of concepts, modeling behavior, research, etc.).
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