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Communication in distributed autonomous robot systems: some directions for investigation

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1 Author(s)
Mathieu, P. ; Dept. of Technol., Falun Univ., Borlange, Sweden

For modelling communication between animats (e.g. autonomous robots) we describe several communication systems. Some of them are rule-based systems; others are self-organised systems (coupling of dynamical systems under resonance). Among the former systems we can pick out two extensions of Milner's SCCS system: WSCCS and CBS. Other proposals include constraint logic programming. Among the latter systems we mention the coupling of oscillators. This approach is also well-suited for the description of a system which should represent a dynamics given a priori. Practical systems already implemented are the MIT behavioural language and the Brussels "insect-based" language. These systems are rule-oriented.

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From Perception to Action Conference, 1994., Proceedings

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7-9 Sept. 1994

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