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In a previous study, we tried to apply IIT 3.0 to an actual collective behaviour in Plecoglossus altivelis. ... The results showed that we succeeded in classifying fish schools according to their group sizes and the degree of group integrity around the reaction time scale of the fish, despite the small group sizes ... Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used in this manuscript: IIT Integrated Information Theory SOC Self-organising Criticality MIP Minimum information partition TPM Transition probability matrix ...doi:10.3390/e22070726 pmid:33286497 pmcid:PMC7517268 fatcat:ds7ozysqqbcszm7h6mzfqrdw5a
Here, we obtained two main results from the application of IIT (in particular, IIT 3.0) to the analysis of real fish schools (Plecoglossus altivelis). ... of autonomy (i.e. group integrity). ... In this paper, we apply IIT (in particular, IIT 3.0 using PyPhi [61, 72] ) to schools of two to five fish (Plecoglossus altivelis) and show the intrinsic differences between these groups. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0229573 pmid:32107495 pmcid:PMC7046263 fatcat:uv66qzy6a5cg3jifrcx4kbhwzm