The Effect of collision avoidance for autonomous robot team formation

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Title: The Effect of collision avoidance for autonomous robot team formation
Author: Seidman, Mark; Yang, Shanchieh
Abstract: As technology and research advance to the era of cooperative robots, many autonomous robot team algorithms have emerged. Shape formation is a common and critical task in many cooperative robot applications. While theoretical studies of robot team formation have shown success, it is unclear whether such algorithms will perform well in a real-world environment. This work examines the effect of collision avoidance schemes on an ideal circle formation algorithm, but behaves similarly if robot-to-robot communications are in place. Our findings reveal that robots with basic collision avoidance capabilities are still able to form into a circle, under most conditions. Moreover, the robot sizes, sensing ranges, and other critical physical parameters are examined to determine their effects on algorithm’s performance.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/10734
Date: 2007-04-12

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