Asynchronous Multi Agent Active Search

25 Jun 2020Ramina GhodsArundhati BanerjeeJeff Schneider

Active search refers to the problem of efficiently locating targets in an unknown environment by actively making data-collection decisions, and has many applications including detecting gas leaks, radiation sources or human survivors of disasters using aerial and/or ground robots (agents). Existing active search methods are in general only amenable to a single agent, or if they extend to multi agent they require a central control system to coordinate the actions of all agents... (read more)

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