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- Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- Algorithmica
- 2003

We consider the problem of patrolling—i.e. ongoing exploration of a network by a decentralized group of simple memoryless robotic agents. The model for the network is an undirected graph, and our… (More)

- Israel A. Wagner, Yaniv Altshuler, Vladimir Yanovski, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- I. J. Robotics Res.
- 2008

In the world of living creatures, simple-minded animals often cooperate to achieve common goals with amazing performance. One can consider this idea in the context of robotics, and suggest models for… (More)

- Yaniv Altshuler, Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- Robotica
- 2008

This work examines the Cooperative Hunters problem, where a swarm of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) is used for searching after one or more “evading targets”, which are moving in a predefined area… (More)

- Eliyahu Osherovich, Alfred M. Bruckstein, Vladimir Yanovski
- ANTS Workshop
- 2006

We present an algorithm for covering continuous domains by primitive robots whose only ability is to mark visited places with pheromone and to sense the level of the pheromone in their neighborhood.… (More)

- Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence
- 2001

We consider a problem of decentralized exploration of a faulty network by several simple, memoryless agents. The model we adopt for a network is a directed graph. We design an asynchronous algorithm… (More)

- Yaniv Altshuler, Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- I. J. Robotics Res.
- 2011

Several recent works considered multi-a(ge)nt robotics in static environments. In this work we examine ways of operating in dynamic environments, where changes take place independently of the agents’… (More)

- Eliyahu Osherovich, Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- I. J. Robotics Res.
- 2008

We propose a new “Mark-Ant-Walk” algorithm for robust and efficient covering of continuous domains by antlike robots with very limited capabilities. The robots can mark places visited with pheromone… (More)

- Vladimir Yanovski, Stephen M. Rumble, Michael Brudno
- WABI
- 2008

Single Molecule Sequencing technologies such as the Heliscope simplify the preparation of DNA for sequencing, while sampling millions of reads in a day. Simultaneously, the technology suffers from a… (More)

This paper explores proofs of the isoperimetric inequality for 4-connected shapes on the integer grid Z, and its geometric meaning. Pictorially, we discuss ways to place a maximal number unit square… (More)

- Yaniv Altshuler, Vladimir Yanovski, Israel A. Wagner, Alfred M. Bruckstein
- Swarm Intelligent Systems
- 2006

This work examines the concept of swarm intelligence through three examples of complex problems which are solved by a decentralized swarm of simple agents. The protocols employed by these agents are… (More)