Dispersion and Line Formation in Artificial Swarm Intelligence

30 Jun 2014 Donghwa Jeong Kiju Lee

One of the major motifs in collective or swarm intelligence is that, even though individuals follow simple rules, the resulting global behavior can be complex and intelligent. In artificial swarm systems, such as swarm robots, the goal is to use systems that are as simple and cheap as possible, deploy many of them, and coordinate them to conduct complex tasks that each individual cannot accomplish... (read more)

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