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ANTSW
2008
Springer
9 years 7 months ago
Beanbag Robotics: Robotic Swarms with 1-DoF Units
Robotic swarm behavior is usually demonstrated using groups of robots, in which each robot in the swarm must possess full mobile capabilities, including the ability to control both...
David M. M. Kriesel, Eugene Cheung, Metin Sitti, H...
IROS
2006
IEEE
190views Robotics» more  IROS 2006»
9 years 11 months ago
SwisTrack: A Tracking Tool for Multi-Unit Robotic and Biological Systems
— Tracking of miniature robotic platforms involves major challenges in image recognition and data association. We present our 3-year effort into developing the platform-independe...
Nikolaus Correll, Grégory Sempo, Yuri L&oac...
ATAL
2007
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Auction-based multi-robot task allocation in COMSTAR
Over the past few years, swarm based systems have emerged as an attractive paradigm for building large scale distributed systems composed of numerous independent but coordinating ...
Matthew Hoeing, Prithviraj Dasgupta, Plamen V. Pet...
SASO
2008
IEEE
9 years 12 months ago
An Artificial Lymph Node Architecture for Homeostasis in Collective Robotic Systems
The SYMBRION project is concerned with the development of super-large swarms of robots that dock with each other and symbiotically share energy and computational resources to form...
Maizura Mokhtar, Jon Timmis, Andy M. Tyrrell, Ran ...
GECCO
2007
Springer
182views Optimization» more  GECCO 2007»
9 years 9 months ago
Stochastic training of a biologically plausible spino-neuromuscular system model
A primary goal of evolutionary robotics is to create systems that are as robust and adaptive as the human body. Moving toward this goal often involves training control systems tha...
Stanley Phillips Gotshall, Terence Soule
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