Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Recent Advances in Multi Robot Systems

Edited by Alex Lazinica

Vienna University of Technology, Austria

To design a team of robots which is able to perform given tasks is a great concern of many members of robotics community. There are many problems left to be solved in order to have the fully functional robot team. Robotics community is trying hard to solve such problems (navigation, task allocation, communication, adaptation, control, ...). This book represents the contributions of the top researchers in this field and will serve as a valuable tool for professionals in this interdisciplinary field. It is focused on the challenging issues of team architectures, vehicle learning and adaptation, heterogeneous group control and cooperation, task selection, dynamic autonomy, mixed initiative, and human and robot team interaction. The book consists of 16 chapters introducing both basic research and advanced developments. Topics covered include kinematics, dynamic analysis, accuracy, optimization design, modelling, simulation and control of multi robot systems.

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Recent Advances in Multi Robot SystemsEdited by Alex Lazinica

Published: May 1st 2008

ISBN: 978-3-902613-24-0

Copyright year: 2008

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25673 Total Chapter Downloads

12 Crossref Citations

15 Web of Science Citations

26 Dimensions Citations

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1. A Networking Framework for Multi-Robot Coordination

By Antonio Chella, Giuseppe Lo Re, Irene Macaluso, Marco Ortolani and Daniele Peri

1623

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2. An Empirical Study on Ecological Interface Design for Multiple Robot Operations: Feasibility, Efficacy, and Issues

By Hiroshi Furukawa

1471

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3. Force Field Simulation Based Laser Scan Alignment

By Rolf Lakaemper and Nagesh Adluru

1746

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4. Flocking Controls for Swarms of Mobile Robots Inspired by Fish Schools

By Geunho Lee and Nak Young Chong

2422

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5. Advances in Sea Coverage Methods Using Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs)

By Yeun-Soo Jung, Kong-Woo Lee and Beom-Hee Lee

1725

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6. Dispersion and Dispatch Movement Design for a Multi-Robot Searching Team Using Communication Density

By Feng-Li Lian, You-Ling Jian and Wei-Hao Hsu

1584

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7. Spatiotemporal MCA Approach for the Motion Coordination of Heterogeneous MRS

By Fabio M. Marchese

1329

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8. Q-Learning Adjusted Bio-Inspired Multi-Robot Coordination

By Yan Meng

1354

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9. Appearance-Based Processes in Multi-Robot Navigation

By Luis Paya, Oscar Reinoso, Jose L. Aznar, Arturo Gil and Jose M. Marin

1227

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10. A User Multi-Robot System Interaction Paradigm for a Multi-Robot Mission Editor

By Saidi Francois and Pradel Gilbert

1277

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11. Randomized Robot Trophallaxis

By Trung Dung Ngo and Henrik Schioler

1453

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12. Formation Control for Non-Holonomic Mobile Robots: A Hybrid Approach

By Juan Marcos Toibero, Flavio Roberti, Ricardo Carelli and Paolo Fiorini

1976

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13. A Novel Modeling Method for Cooperative Multirobot Systems Using Fuzzy Timed Agent Based Petri Nets

By Hua Xu

1585

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14. Cooperative Control of Multiple Biomimetic Robotic Fish

By Junzhi Yu, Min Tan and Long Wang

2353

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15. K-ICNP: a Multi-Robot Management Platform

By Tao Zhang, Christophe Agueitaz, Yun Yuan and Haruki Ueno

1311

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16. Mobile Robot Team Forming for Crystallization of Proteins

By Yuan F. Zheng and Weidong Chen

1237

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