Taichi Uehara

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Creating a swarm of mobile computing entities frequently called robots, agents or sensor nodes, with self-organization ability is a contemporary challenge in distributed computing. Motivated by this, we investigate the plane formation problem that requires a swarm of robots moving in the three dimensional Euclidean space to land on a common plane. The(More)
Self-organization of a swarm of mobile computing entities in the three-dimensional Eu-clidean space (3D-space) such as drones and satellites attracts much attention as such systems are required to accomplish more complicated tasks. We consider a swarm of autonomous mobile robots each of which is an anonymous point in 3D-space and synchronously executes a(More)
We investigate the pattern formation problem that requires a swarm of autonomous mobile robots to form a given target pattern in the three-dimensional Euclidean space. We show a necessary and sufficient condition for synchronous robots to form a given target pattern from an initial configuration. We give a pattern formation algorithm for solvable instances(More)
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