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Swarm of robots simulator

Barrera, Rosa G. CH.; Martinez, Genaro; Oliva Moreno, Luz Noe; Adamatzky, Andrew

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Rosa G. CH. Barrera

Genaro Martinez genaro.martinez@uwe.ac.uk

Luz Noe Oliva Moreno



Abstract

If a robot can perform a specific task by itself... Can you imagine the work that can be done by hundreds of robots working all together?. Swarms have emerged as a way to assimilate the behavior of nature like insects, school of fish or flocks; because this kind of conduct allows to perform complex tasks with simple rules. A complex system consists of many diverse and autonomous but interrelated and interdependent components or parts linked through many (dense) interconnections. They cannot be described by a single rule and their characteristics are not reducible to one level of description. They also exhibit properties that emerge from the interaction of their parts and which cannot be predicted from the properties of the parts.

Presentation Conference Type Poster
Start Date Nov 17, 2015
Publication Date Nov 17, 2015
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Institution Citation Barrera, R. G. C., Martinez, G., Oliva Moreno, L. N., & Adamatzky, A. (2015, November). Swarm of robots simulator. Poster presented at 1era Semana de las Ciencias de la Complejidad
Keywords swarm, robots, complex systems, emergence, self-organization, patterns, cellular automata
Publisher URL http://c3.unam.mx/Noticias/20151110114803832
Related Public URLs http://uncomp.uwe.ac.uk/genaro/Papers/Posters.html
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : 1era Semana de las Ciencias de la Complejidad
Corporate Creators : UWE, ESCOM

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