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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We explore the notion of agent-based data mining and visualization as a means for exploring large, multi-dimensional data sets. In Reynolds' classic flocking algorithm (1987), individuals move in a 2-dimensional space and emulate the behavior of a flock of birds (or "boids", as Reynolds refers to them). Each individual in the simulated flock exhibits specific behaviors that dictate how it moves and how it interacts with other boids in its "neighborhood". We are interested in using this approachdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-27609-5_2 fatcat:bq6uwwdi5bba5aa3gdtutvjci4