Robot Teams: From Diversity to Polymorphism

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Tucker Balch, Lynne E. Parker
Taylor & Francis, Apr 17, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 425 pages
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This is a comprehensive volume on robot teams that will be the standard reference on multi-robot systems. The volume provides not only the essentials of multi-agent robotics theory but also descriptions of exemplary implemented systems demonstrating the key concepts of multi-robot research. Information is presented in a descriptive manner and augmented with detailed mathematical formulations, photos, diagrams, and source code examples.

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