Cooperative Decision-Making in Decentralized Multiple-Robot Systems: The Best-of-N Problem

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Multiple-robot systems (MRS) that are decentrally organized have many benefits over centralized systems. Decentralized systems are less affected by computational and communicative bottlenecks, and they are more robust to the loss of individual member robots. System-level cognitive operations, though, are much more difficult to implement in decentralized… (More)
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@article{Parker2009CooperativeDI, title={Cooperative Decision-Making in Decentralized Multiple-Robot Systems: The Best-of-N Problem}, author={C. Parker and Hong Zhang}, journal={IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics}, year={2009}, volume={14}, pages={240-251} }