Sanza Kazadi

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— This paper describes the application of a swarm engineering methodology known as the Hamil-tonian method of swarm design to the artificial physics problem. We demonstrate how to use this methodology to create swarms of predefined global properties by applying it to the basic artificial physics problem which creates locally hexagonal grids of agents, but(More)
The use of swarm clustering algorithms is investigated in the design of simple robots capable of carrying out swarm-mediated construction. Methods for generating multiple clusters of predetermined size are developed. Relative cluster motion algorithms are also developed and explored. All robotic algorithms are predicated on the use of robots that utilize no(More)
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