Tuan A. Phan

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This paper considers the benefits of transferring quantitative information represented by changes of their environment between members of a robot swarm. This form of communication is an example of sematectonic stigmergy, a type of indirect communication. The work has been partially inspired by colonies of weaver ants and their nest building task. It is(More)
This paper presents an algorithm, which improves the probability of success for simple swarm robots implementing an extended version of the leaf curling task – one part of the nest building activity of weaver ants [Phan and Russell, 2009, 2010]. The robots are required to have only very basic sensing abilities, and are allowed to transfer information using(More)
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