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Awareness and Self-Awareness for Multi-Robot Organisms

@article{Kernbach2011AwarenessAS,
  title={Awareness and Self-Awareness for Multi-Robot Organisms},
  author={Serge Kernbach},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1111.5219}
}
Awareness and self-awareness are two different notions related to knowing the environment and itself. In a general context, the mechanism of self-awareness belongs to a class of co-called "self-issues" (self-* or self-star): self-adaptation, self-repairing, self-replication, self-development or self-recovery. The self-* issues are connected in many ways to adaptability and evolvability, to the emergence of behavior and to the controllability of long-term developmental processes. Self-* are… 

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