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Previously we showed how delay communication between globally coupled self-propelled agents causes new spatio-temporal patterns to arise when the delay coupling is fixed among all agents [1]. In this paper, we show how discrete, randomly distributed delays affect the dynamical patterns. In particular, we investigate how the standard deviation of the time delay distribution affects the stability of the different patterns as well as the switching probability between coherent states. [1] E. Forgoston and I. Schwartz, “Delay-induced instabilities in selfpropelling swarms,” Phy. Rev. E, vol. 77, 2008.

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