Browsing Intelligent Robotics Group by Author "Trianni, Vito"

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  • Ampatzis, Christos; Tuci, Elio; Trianni, Vito; Dorigo, Marco (2008-02-01)
    Communication is of central importance in collective robotics, as it is integral to the switch from solitary to social behavior. In this article, we study emergent communication behaviors that are not predetermined by the ...
  • Clarke, Sebastian John; Labrosse, Frédéric; Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio (MIT Press, 2013-09-02)
    Autonomous robot road following has been widely investigated since the early 1980s and, whilst much progress has been shown, there is still no system which displays 100% generality across all types of problem. This work ...
  • Ampatzis, Christos; Tuci, Elio; Trianni, Vito; Christensen, Anders; Dorigo, Marco (2009-10-01)
    This research work illustrates an approach to the design of controllers for self-assembling robots in which the self-assembly is initiated and regulated by perceptual cues that are brought forth by the physical robots ...
  • Tuci, Elio; Trianni, Vito; Amatzis, Christos; Christensen, Anders; Dorigo, Marco (MIT Press, 2008-08-18)
    The adaptiveness of an autonomous multi-robot system is reduced if the circumstances an agent should take into account to make a decision concerning individual or collective behaviour are defined by a set of a priory ...
  • Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio; Passino, Kevin M. (2011-03-01)
  • Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009)
    Swarm Cognition is the juxtaposition of two relatively unrelated concepts that evoke, on the one hand, the power of collective behaviours displayed by natural swarms, and on the other hand the complexity of cognitive ...
  • Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio; Passino, Kevin M.; Marshall, James (2011-03-01)
    Basic elements of cognition have been identified in the behaviour displayed by animal collectives, ranging from honeybee swarms to human societies. For example, an insect swarm is often considered a “super-organism” that ...
  • Ampatzis, Christos; Santos, Francisco; Trianni, Vito; Tuci, Elio (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009)
    In evolutionary robotics, as in the animal world, performing a task which is beneficial to the entire group demands the coordination of different individuals. Whenever time-dependent dynamic allocation of roles is needed ...

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