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Title: Swarm robotics: a formal approach
Creators: Hamann Heiko
Imprint: Cham: Springer, 2018
Collection: Электронные книги зарубежных издательств; Общая коллекция
Subjects: Робототехнические системы; Искусственный интеллект; robotic systems; artificial intelligence
UDC: 621.865.8; 004.896
Language: English
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This book provides an introduction to Swarm Robotics, which is the application of methods from swarm intelligence to robotics. It goes on to present methods that allow readers to understand how to design large-scale robot systems by going through many example scenarios on topics such as aggregation, coordinated motion (flocking), task allocation, self-assembly, collective construction, and environmental monitoring. The author explains the methodology behind building multiple, simple robots and how the complexity emerges from the multiple interactions between these robots such that they are able to solve difficult tasks. The book can be used as a short textbook for specialized courses or as an introduction to Swarm Robotics for graduate students, researchers, and professionals who want a concise introduction to the field.

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