Navigating Robot Swarms Using Collective Intelligence Learned from Golden Shiner Fish

@article{Gao2014NavigatingRS,
  title={Navigating Robot Swarms Using Collective Intelligence Learned from Golden Shiner Fish},
  author={Grace Gao},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1407.0008}
}
Golden shiners are a type of schooling fish that naturally prefer darkness. It had long been believed that individual golden shiners, or at least some of them in a school, could sense the light gradients in the environment, until recently Berdahl et al. [2013] disproved it. In fact, each individual golden shiner does not know where it is dark. Neither does it sense the light gradients in the environment. It only senses the light intensity at its current location, and modulates its speed based… CONTINUE READING
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