Congregation Behaviour in a Robot Swarm Using Pheromone Communication

@inproceedings{Purnamadjaja2005CongregationBI,
  title={Congregation Behaviour in a Robot Swarm Using Pheromone Communication},
  author={Anies Hannawati Purnamadjaja and R. Andrew Russell},
  year={2005}
}
Characteristically, social insects are extremely reliant on their use of pheromones to maintain their social activities as a colony unit. This paper describes an on-going project to investigate the possibility of using pheromone communication in a robot swarm. The particular example of pheromone communication considered here was inspired by the queen bee pheromone. This pheromone is only emitted by a queen bee and has a major influence on the colony. One of its main functions is to attract and… CONTINUE READING
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