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Swarm Robotics: From Biology to Robotics

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Swarm Robotics: From Biology to Robotics
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070759
Number of pages: 110

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Swarm robotics is focused on the coordination of decentralised, self-organised multi-robot systems in order to describe such a collective behaviour as a consequence of local interactions with one another and with their environment. This book is focused on real practical applications by analyzing how individual robotic agents should behave in a robotic swarm in order to achieve a specific goal such as target localization or path planning.

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