**Hyperbolic and kinetic models for self-organized biological aggregations and movement : a brief review.** / Eftimie, R.

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Eftimie, R 2012, 'Hyperbolic and kinetic models for self-organized biological aggregations and movement: a brief review' *Journal of Mathematical Biology*, vol 65, no. 1, pp. 35-75.

Eftimie, R. (2012). Hyperbolic and kinetic models for self-organized biological aggregations and movement: a brief review. *Journal of Mathematical Biology*, 65(1), 35-75doi: 10.1007/s00285-011-0452-2

Eftimie R. Hyperbolic and kinetic models for self-organized biological aggregations and movement: a brief review. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 2012;65(1):35-75.

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