Evgeny Kagan

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We consider a foraging by a group of agents acting in heterogeneous environment, and suggest a new model of cooperative foraging, which implements biological signaling. In the model, the individual foraging follows Brownian walks and the Lévy flights with the varying parameters with respect to the observed states of the environment, and(More)
Bringing a new product to market involves both a creative ideation stage, and an execution stage. When time-to-market constraints are binding it is an important question how to divide limited time between the two stages and who should make this decision. We introduce a laboratory experiment that closely resembles this setting: it features a product(More)
We suggest the model of recurrent neural network based on the uninorm aggregators and apply it for control of mobile robots. The learning process in the network is governed by the changes of the values neutral elements. The mobile robots in the group are considered as mobile neurons such that their mobility is defined with respect to their internal states.(More)
Bringing a new product to market involves both a creative ideation stage, and an execution stage. When time-to-market constraints are binding it is an important question how to divide limited time between the two stages and who should make this decision. We introduce a laboratory experiment that closely resembles this setting: it features a product(More)
We consider the sonar-based flocking of the team of mobile robots with radio communication with no access to global positioning system. For such a sensing, we suggest a simple protocol for distance-based identification of the team members and consider the erroneous scenario, in which an obstacle is identified as a team member. Under the assumption of the(More)
We develop dynamic equations that describe the dissemination of knowledge in sub-communities, which represent various groups in a community. Knowledge is represented by a set of concepts. With respect to each concept, the community is divided into two parties: the cognoscenti, who have already produced references to the concept, and the dilettanti, who have(More)
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