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Spreading Pheromones in Everyday Environments through RFID Technology

@inproceedings{Mamei2005SpreadingPI,
  title={Spreading Pheromones in Everyday Environments through RFID Technology},
  author={Marco Mamei and Franco Zambonelli},
  year={2005}
}
Pheromone-based multiagent interaction has received a growing attention in the past few years. Still, so far, the number of deployed systems exploiting pheromones for coordinating activities of distributed agents/robots situated in physical environments has been very limited. In this context, this paper presents a real-world, lowcost and general-purpose, implementation of pheromone interaction, realized by making use of RFID tags technology. Humans and robots can spread/sense pheromones by… CONTINUE READING

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