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Among various Bayesian problems of probability, the "problem of three prisoners" (Lindley, 1971; Mosteller, 1965) is an especially good example which illustrates the drastic discrepancy between intuitive reasoning and mathematical formal reasoning about probability. In particular, it raises intriguing questions concerning the mathematical and cognitive(More)
This paper deals with the problem of circle formation by multiple autonomous robots on emergent approach. The robots in question are simple, having fan-shaped local vision consisting of three areas to detect three states in each area – whether the number of robots in an area is zero, one, or more than one. We suggest heuristic action decision rule having(More)