On the evolution of autonomous time-based decision-making and communication in collective robotics

@inproceedings{Ampatzis2008OnTE,
  title={On the evolution of autonomous time-based decision-making and communication in collective robotics},
  author={Christos Ampatzis},
  year={2008}
}
In this thesis, we use evolutionary robotics techniques to automatically design and synthesise behaviour for groups of simulated and real robots. Our contribution will be on the design of non-trivial individual and collective behaviour; decisions about solitary or social behaviour will be temporal and they will be interdependent with communicative acts. In particular, we study time-based decision-making in a social context: how the experiences of robots unfold in time and how these experiences… CONTINUE READING

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