Control and simulation of robotic swarms in heterogeneous environments
Shaneyfelt, Ted, Joordens, Matthew, Nagothu, Kranthimanoj, Prevost, John, Kumar, Anjan, Ghazi, Mirsaeid and Jamshidi, Mo 2008, Control and simulation of robotic swarms in heterogeneous environments, in SMC 2008 : Proceedings of 2008 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 1314-1319.
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Simulation provides a low cost method of initial testing of control for robotic swarms. The expansion of robotic swarms to heterogeneous environments drives the need to model cooperative operation in those environments. The Autonomous Control Engineering center at The University of Texas at San Antonio is investigating methods of simulation techniques and simulation environments. This paper presents results from adapting simulation tools for diverse environments.
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