Movement control algorithms for realization of fault-tolerant ad hoc robot networks

@article{Basu2004MovementCA,
  title={Movement control algorithms for realization of fault-tolerant ad hoc robot networks},
  author={Prithwish Basu and Jason Redi},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={36-44}
}
Autonomous and semi-autonomous mobile multirobot systems require a wireless communication network in order to communicate with each other and collaboratively accomplish a given task. A multihop communications network that is self-forming, self-healing, and self-organizing is ideally suited for such mobile robot systems that exist in unpredictable and constantly changing environments. However, since every node in a multihop (or ad hoc) network is responsible for forwarding packets to other nodes… 

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