Attempts to develop flexible on-demand drone-assisted mobile network deployment are increasingly driven by cost-effective and energy-efficient innovations. The current stage opens up a wide range of theoretical discussions on the management of swarm processes, networks and other integrated projects. However, dealing with these complex issues remains a challenging task, although heuristic approaches are usually utilized. This article introduces a model of autonomous and adaptive drones that provide the function of aerial mobile base stations. Its particular goal is to analyze post-disaster recovery if the network failure takes place. We assume that a well-structured swarm of drones can re-establish the connection by spanning the residual functional, fixed infrastructure, and providing coverage of the target area. Our technique uses stochastic Langevin dynamics with virtual and adaptive forces that bind drones during deployment. The system characteristics of the swarms are a priority of our focus. The assessment of parametric sensitivity with the insistence on the manifestation of adaptability points to the possibility of improving the characteristics of the swarms in different dynamic situations.
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