Ant Robotic Swarm for Visualizing Invisible Hazardous Substances
AbstractInspired by the simplicity of how nature solves its problems, this paper presents a novel approach that would enable a swarm of ant robotic agents (robots with limited sensing, communication, computational and memory resources) form a visual representation of distributed hazardous substances within an environment dominated by diffusion processes using a decentralized approach. Such a visual representation could be very useful in enabling a quicker evacuation of a city’s population affected by such hazardous substances. This is especially true if the ratio of emergency workers to the population number is very small. View Full-Text
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Oyekan, J.; Hu, H. Ant Robotic Swarm for Visualizing Invisible Hazardous Substances. Robotics 2013, 2, 1-18.
Oyekan J, Hu H. Ant Robotic Swarm for Visualizing Invisible Hazardous Substances. Robotics. 2013; 2(1):1-18.Chicago/Turabian Style
Oyekan, John; Hu, Huosheng. 2013. "Ant Robotic Swarm for Visualizing Invisible Hazardous Substances." Robotics 2, no. 1: 1-18.