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Reynolds flocking in reality with fixed-wing robots: Communication range vs. maximum turning rate
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The success of swarm behaviors often depends on the range at which robots can communicate and the speed at which they change their behavior. Expand
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Extending the Evolutionary Robotics approach to flying machines: An application to MAV teams
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The work presented in this article focuses on the use of embodied neural networks--developed through Evolutionary Robotics and Multi-Agent Systems methodologies--as autonomous distributed controllers for Micro-unmanned Aerial Vehicle (MAV) teams. Expand
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Individual and cooperative tasks performed by autonomous MAV Teams driven by embodied neural network controllers
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The work presented here focuses on the use of embodied neural network controllers for MAV (Micro-unmanned Aerial Vehicles) teams. Expand
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Using social media in crisis management: SOTERIA fusion center for managing information gaps
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The development of mobile devices as well as social media platforms recently lead to the necessity of monitoring the latter during crisis and emergency situations. Expand
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The strategic level and the tactical level of behaviour
AQ1 We introduce the distinction between a strategic (or motivational) level of behaviour, where different motivations compete with each other for the control of the behaviour of the organism, and aExpand
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Distributed control in Multi-Agent Systems: A preliminary model of autonomous MAV swarms
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This article focuses on the use of multi-agent systems for modelling of micro-unmanned aerial vehicles (MAVs) in a distributed control task. Expand
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Towards a Bio-inspired Cognitive Architecture for Short-Term Memory in Humanoid Robots
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Short-Term Memory (STM) is a crucial weapon in humans' cognitive arsenal as it allows them to avoid a purely sensory-motor existence. Expand
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An Incremental Approach to the Evolutionary Design of Autonomous Controllers for Micro-unmanned Aerial Vehicles
The work presented herein aims to provide a quantitative measure of the impact deriving from the adoption of an incremental approach to evolution within the context of Evolutionary Robotics.Expand
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