Swarm Robotics: From Biology to Robotics
by Ester Martinez Martin
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 110
Swarm robotics is focused on the coordination of decentralised, self-organised multi-robot systems in order to describe such a collective behaviour as a consequence of local interactions with one another and with their environment. This book is focused on real practical applications by analyzing how individual robotic agents should behave in a robotic swarm in order to achieve a specific goal such as target localization or path planning.
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by Nilanjan Sarkar - InTech
This book, which presents outstanding work from the leading HRI researchers covering a wide spectrum of topics, is an effort to present the important contributions in HRI. The book will provide a thorough understanding of the field of HRI.
by Ralf Der, Georg Martius - Springer
The book provides answers by developing a general principle - homeokinesis, the dynamical symbiosis between brain, body and environment -that is shown to drive robots to self-determined, individual development in a playful and embodiment-related way.
by M. Dawson, B. Dupuis, M. Wilson - AU Press
From Bricks to Brains introduces embodied cognitive science, and illustrates its foundational ideas through the construction and observation of LEGO Mindstorms robots. The book places a renewed emphasis on sensing and acting.
by Jonas Buchli - InTech
The book covers many aspects of the research in mobile robotics. It deals with different aspects of the control problem, especially also under uncertainty and faults. Mechanical design issues are discussed along with new sensor and actuator concepts.