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ScienceWe suspect that the ideas associated with self-organization will play an increasingly prominent role in biology for some time to come. . . . Self-Organization in Biological Systems presents a unique opportunity to watch a group of active researchers apply these intriguing concepts to formerly mystifying feats of social organization in animals. We know of no better guide for those who wish to understand how modeling can be used to dissect the mechanisms of self-organized biological systems.
— John W. Pepper and Guy Hoelzer