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Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi
The swimming speed and change of position of each individual in a school were measured in a water tank to discuss the swimming behavior, such as continuity of swimming speed , response time lag ofmotion and spatial distribution probability. The swimming speed lost its correlation in 2.0 seconds. The time lag for response was distributed within 0 .5 to 5. 0 seconds and about 20% of total combinations showed a 0.5 second response, which coin cided with the latent period of swimming motion thatdoi:10.2331/suisan.42.1083 fatcat:saa5jbbnajblvod46i5slmulku