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An Implementation of Robot Formations using Local Interactions

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An Implementation of Robot Formations using Local Interactions
Coordinating a group of robots to work in formation has been suggested for a number of tasks, such as urban searchand-rescue, traffic control, and harvesting solar energy. Algorithms for controlling robot formations have been inspired by biological and organizational systems. In our approach to robot formation control, each robot is treated like a cell in a cellular automaton, where local interactions between robots result in a global organization. The algorithm has been demonstrated in simulation. In this paper, we present a physical implementation.
Ross Mead, Jerry B. Weinberg, Jeffrey R. Croxell
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where AAAI
Authors Ross Mead, Jerry B. Weinberg, Jeffrey R. Croxell
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