Structural Self-Organization in Multi-Agents and Multi-Robotic Systems
250 pages, year of publication: 2008
price: 38.50 €
This work is about creating desired artificial self-organization in multi-agent and multi-robotic systems. It is demonstrated that emergent phenomena can artificially be designed when to treat collective systems on a new structural level. Examples of desired self-organization, implemented in manufacturing environment and in a large-scale swarm of micro-robots, allow deeper understanding of collective artificial intelligence. The work wins the infos-faculty-award as the best dissertation of 2008.