Marina Papadopoulou

Marina Papadopoulou
University of Groningen | RUG · GELIFES

MSc in Computational Ecology and Evolution

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Introduction
Marina Papadopoulou is a PhD student on computational models of collective behaviour in the University of Groningen. Her research interests are computational biology, cultural evolution, collective behaviour and complex systems.

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Complex patterns of collective behaviour may emerge through self-organization, from local interactions among individuals in a group. To understand what behavioural rules underlie these patterns, computational models are often necessary. These rules have not yet been systematically studied for bird flocks under predation. Here, we study airborne flo...
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Bird flocks under predation demonstrate complex patterns of collective escape. These patterns may emerge by self-organization from local interactions among group-members. Computational models have been shown to be valuable for identifying what behavioral rules may govern such interactions among individuals during collective motion. However, our kno...
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Bird flocks under predation demonstrate complex patterns of collective escape. These patterns may emerge by self-organization from simple interactions among group-members. Computational models have been shown to be valuable for identifying the behavioral rules that may govern these interactions among individuals during collective motion. However, o...
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Sometimes the normal course of events is disrupted by a particularly swift and profound change. Historians have often referred to such changes as “revolutions”, and, though they have identified many of them, they have rarely supported their claims with statistical evidence. Here, we present a method to identify revolutions based on a measure of mul...
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Conservation biology was founded on the idea that efforts to save nature depend on a scientific understanding of how it works. It sought to apply ecological principles to conservation problems. We investigated whether the relationship between these fields has changed over time through machine reading the full texts of 32,000 research articles publi...

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