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Retarded motile active matter

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MMVW04 - Modelling non-Markov Movement Processes

In many situations in science and engineering, finite speeds of signal transmission and processing affect the resulting behavior of the system. Usually, we describe such phenomena by stochastic processes with time delay. In this talk, I will first review the general features of delay stochastic differential equations [1-2]. Then I will present some consequences of instrumental time delay on steering artificial active Brownian particles [2-4]. Finally, I will discuss the influence of time-delayed interactions on critical scaling in the Vicsek model for bird flocks and insect swarms [5].

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