Foraging Robots

  title={Foraging Robots},
  author={Alan F. T. Winfield},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science},
Glossary Autonomy In robotics autonomy conventionally refers to the degree to which a robot is able to make its own decisions about which actions to take next. Thus a fully autonomous robot would be capable of carrying out its entire mission or function without human control or intervention. A semi-autonomous robot would have a degree of autonomy but require some human supervision. Behaviour-based control Behaviour-based control describes a class of robot control systems characterised by a set… CONTINUE READING
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