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Automated global-to-local programming in 1-D spatial multi-agent systems

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Automated global-to-local programming in 1-D spatial multi-agent systems
A spatial computer is a distributed multi-agent system that is embedded in a geometric space. A key challenge is engineering local agent interaction rules that enable spatial computers to robustly achieve global computational tasks. This paper develops a principled approach to global-to-local programming, for pattern formation problems in a one-dimensional multi-agent model. We present theoretical analysis that addresses the existence, construction, and resource tradeoffs of robust local rule solutions to global patterns, and which together form a "global-to-local compiler".
Daniel Yamins, Radhika Nagpal
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ATAL
Authors Daniel Yamins, Radhika Nagpal
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