Cooperation is an ability used by particular animal species (e.g. ants) to survive in the world. In the bio-inspired robotics field, several attempts were carried out to exploit the application of cooperative strategies both to accomplish tasks otherwise impossible and to improve the global performances of the group of robots. In this paper we discuss on the emergence of collective behaviours, in groups of robots individually controlled by a cognitive architecture based on Turing Patterns. Robots can exchange information each other when specific situations are encountered: deadlock and target retrieving. This information spreading mechanism reduces the learning time and increases the final performance of the group. ©2008 IEEE.

CNN and collective perception

Patane L.
2008

Abstract

Cooperation is an ability used by particular animal species (e.g. ants) to survive in the world. In the bio-inspired robotics field, several attempts were carried out to exploit the application of cooperative strategies both to accomplish tasks otherwise impossible and to improve the global performances of the group of robots. In this paper we discuss on the emergence of collective behaviours, in groups of robots individually controlled by a cognitive architecture based on Turing Patterns. Robots can exchange information each other when specific situations are encountered: deadlock and target retrieving. This information spreading mechanism reduces the learning time and increases the final performance of the group. ©2008 IEEE.
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