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Ticular collective behavior for the first time. We show that when local interactions among individuals increase in strength, the individuals tend to align more with their neighbors and as a result the swarm gains more internal order. Therefore, the group structure does not change too much through time and as a result the number of possible states decreases and the missing information of the group


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