Analysis and Classification of Multiple Robot Coordination Methods

  title={Analysis and Classification of Multiple Robot Coordination Methods},
  author={Eduardo Todt and Gustavo Raush and Ra{\'u}l Su{\'a}rez},
The use of multiple robots sharing a workspace can increase the productivity and the versatility of complex applications, making the existence of cells with several robots more common. On the other hand, when the robots are used to perform independent tasks in a shared workspace each one becomes a mobile obstacle for the other. Several methods have been proposed to deal with the problem of robot coordination in order to avoid collisions in these situations. This paper analyzes these methods… CONTINUE READING
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