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We present a novel technology that allows real robots to perceive an augmented reality environment through virtual sensors. Virtual sensors are a useful and desirable technology for research activities because they allow researchers to quickly and efficiently perform experiments that would otherwise be more expensive, or even impossible. In particu...
We present two empirical studies on the design of control software for robot swarms. In Study A, Vanilla and EvoStick, two previously published automatic design methods, are compared with human designers. The comparison is performed on five swarm robotics tasks that are different from those on which Vanilla and EvoStick have been previously tested....
We present an experiment in automatic design of robot swarms. For the first time in the swarm robotics literature, we perform an objective comparison of multiple design methods: we compare swarms de-signed by two automatic methods—AutoMoDe-Vanilla and EvoStick— with swarms manually designed by human experts. AutoMoDe-Vanilla and EvoStick have been...
We present an experiment in automatic design of robot swarms. For the first time in the swarm robotics literature, we perform an objective comparison of multiple design methods: we compare swarms designed by two automatic methods—vanilla and EvoStick—with swarms manually designed by human experts. vanilla and EvoStick have been previously published...