3 edition of Multi-robot systems found in the catalog.
International Workshop on Multi-Robot Systems (2003 Washington, D.C.)
|Statement||edited by Alan C. Schultz, Lynne E. Parker and Frank E. Schneider.|
|Contributions||Schultz, Alan C., Parker, Lynne E., Schneider, Frank E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
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Parker. Autonomous Mobile Robots and Multi-Robot Systems: Motion-Planning, Communication, and Swarming - Kindle edition by Kagan, Eugene, Shvalb, Nir, Ben-Gal, Irad.
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30 rows Multi-Robot Systems, Trends and Development. Edited by: Toshiyuki Yasuda. ISBN Cited by: Offers a theoretical and practical guide to the communication and navigation of autonomous mobile robots and multi-robot systems.
This book covers the methods and algorithms for the navigation, motion planning, and control of mobile robots acting individually and in groups. Multi-robot systems, defined as a group of robots with a common mission, are one of the most active and challenging research fields.
Flexibility, efficiency and robustness are just some of the advantages that these systems provide compared to single-robot environments.
Nevertheless, a great number of issues must be addressed in order to take the most of those advantages, like.
Multi-Robot Systems: /ch While the concepts of robotics and planning may be easily understood by the taking a single robot, it is not necessary that the problems we solve have a.