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AROBOTS
2004
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Hormone-Inspired Self-Organization and Distributed Control of Robotic Swarms
The control of robot swarming in a distributed manner is a difficult problem because global behaviors must emerge as a result of many local actions. This paper uses a bio-inspired ...
Wei-Min Shen, Peter M. Will, Aram Galstyan, Cheng-...
SASO
2007
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
A Space- and Time-Continuous Model of Self-Organizing Robot Swarms for Design Support
— Designing and implementing artificial self-organizing systems is a challenging task since they typically behave nonintuitive and no theoretical foundations exist. Predicting a...
Heiko Hamann, Heinz Wörn
AAAI
2004
9 years 2 months ago
Task Allocation via Self-Organizing Swarm Coalitions in Distributed Mobile Sensor Network
This paper presents a task allocation scheme via selforganizing swarm coalitions for distributed mobile sensor network coverage. Our approach uses the concepts of ant behavior to ...
Kian Hsiang Low, Wee Kheng Leow, Marcelo H. Ang Jr...
AROBOTS
2004
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Evolving Self-Organizing Behaviors for a Swarm-Bot
In this paper, we introduce a self-assembling and self-organizing artifact, called a swarm-bot, composed of a swarm of s-bots, mobile robots with the ability to connect to and to ...
Marco Dorigo, Vito Trianni, Erol Sahin, Roderich G...
GECCO
2008
Springer
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Emergent architecture in self organized swarm systems for military applications
Many sectors of the military are interested in Self-Organized (SO) systems because of their flexibility, versatility and economics. The military is researching and employing auto...
Dustin J. Nowak, Gary B. Lamont, Gilbert L. Peters...
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