Allison Kolpas, Ph.D.

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2008 Mathematics University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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Mathematics, Ecology Biology
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Jeffrey Michael Moehlis grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara
 (Coarse-grained analysis of collective motion in animal groups.)
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Kolpas A, Busch M, Li H, et al. (2013) How the spatial position of individuals affects their influence on swarms: a numerical comparison of two popular swarm dynamics models. Plos One. 8: e58525
Anderson KE, Harrison LR, Nisbet RM, et al. (2013) Modeling the influence of flow on invertebrate drift across spatial scales using a 2D hydraulic model and a 1D population model Ecological Modelling. 265: 207-220
Miller JM, Kolpas A, Juchem Neto JP, et al. (2012) A continuum three-zone model for swarms. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 74: 536-61
Frewen TA, Couzin ID, Kolpas A, et al. (2011) Coarse collective dynamics of animal groups Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering. 75: 299-309
Kolpas A, Nisbet RM. (2010) Effects of demographic stochasticity on population persistence in advective media. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 72: 1254-70
Kolpas A, Moehlis J. (2009) Optimal switching between collective motion states for two agents Applied Mathematics Letters. 22: 600-604
Li H, Kolpas A, Petzold L, et al. (2009) Parallel simulation for a fish schooling model on a general-purpose graphics processing unit Concurrency Computation Practice and Experience. 21: 725-737
Kolpas A, Moehlis J, Frewen TA, et al. (2008) Coarse analysis of collective motion with different communication mechanisms. Mathematical Biosciences. 214: 49-57
Kolpas A, Moehlis J, Kevrekidis IG. (2007) Coarse-grained analysis of stochasticity-induced switching between collective motion states. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 5931-5
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