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  1. Eric Bonabeau (1998). The Gazelle, the Wolf and the Peacock's Tail. Complexity 3 (3):48-49.
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  2. Eric Bonabeau (1998). The Handicap Principle. Complexity 3 (3):48-49.
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  3. Guy Theraulaz, Eric Bonabeau & Jean‐Louis Deneubourg (1998). The Origin of Nest Complexity in Social Insects. Complexity 3 (6):15-25.
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  4. Eric Bonabeau (1997). Flexibility at the Edge of Chaos: A Clear Example From Foraging in Ants. Acta Biotheoretica 45 (1):29-50.
    Starting from a clear, experimentally verified, example of a flexible biological system -- an ant colony --, it is hypothesized that adaptability is enhanced at the "edge of chaos", that is, in the vicinity of a point of instability. An ant colony exhibiting an appropriate combination of group and mass recruitment can adaptively switch to a newly introduced food source if it is richer: this is precisely the case of some species, such as Tetramorium caespitum, whose behavioral parameters are (...)
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  5. Nils Baas, Agnessa Babloyantz, Jean-Claude Bacri, Remo Badii, Mel Berger, Ferdinando Bersani, Gérard Bodifee, Eric Bonabeau, Philippe Brax & Francesca Brini (1995). Drecam/Spec. In R. J. Russell, N. Murphy & A. R. Peacocke (eds.), Chaos and Complexity. Vatican Observatory Publications.
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  6. Eric Bonabeau & Paul Bourgine (1994). Artificial Life as It Could Be. World Futures 40 (4):227-249.
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