Dependency by Concentration of Pheromone Trail for Multiple Robots

@inproceedings{Fujisawa2008DependencyBC,
  title={Dependency by Concentration of Pheromone Trail for Multiple Robots},
  author={Ryusuke Fujisawa and S. Dobata and D. Kubota and H. Imamura and F. Matsuno},
  booktitle={ANTS Conference},
  year={2008}
}
  • Ryusuke Fujisawa, S. Dobata, +2 authors F. Matsuno
  • Published in ANTS Conference 2008
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper, we discuss the concentration dependency of pheromone communication in swarm robotics. Instead of a pheromone trail and the insect antenna, we used ethanol and an alcohol sensor. This experimental system has a trade-off problem; high concentrations of the pheromone yield high signal strength but the signal duration is short, while low pheromone concentrations yield low signal strength but a long signal duration. We examined the optimal pheromone concentration for a swarm of robots… CONTINUE READING

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