Thadeu Tucci

Thadeu Tucci
University of Franche-Comté | UFC · Institut FEMTO-ST

PhD in Computer Science

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Introduction
Thadeu Tucci currently works at the Institut FEMTO-ST, University of Franche-Comté. Thadeu does research in Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Computing. Their current project is 'Modular micro-robots for Programmable Matter'.

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Programmable matter can be seen as a huge modular robot in which each module can communicate to its connected neighbors and work all together to achieve a common goal, more likely changing the shape of the whole robot. However, when the number of modules increases, the memory used in each module to store the target shape or the computation time to...
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Modular robots form autonomous distributed systems in which modules use communications to coordinate their activities in order to achieve common goals. The complexity of distributed algorithms is generally expressed as a function of network properties, e.g., the number of nodes, the number of links and the radius/diameter of the system. In this pap...
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Programmable matter i.e. matter that can change its physical properties, more likely its shape according to an internal or an external action is a good example of a cybermatics component. As it links a cyberized shape to real matter, it is a straight example of cyber-physical conjugation. But, this interaction between virtual and real worlds needs...
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A distributed modular robot is composed of many autonomous modules, capable of organizing the overall robot into a specific goal structure. There are two possibilities to change the morphology of such a robot. The first one, self-reconfiguration, moves each module to the right place, whereas the second one, self-assembly docks the modules at the ri...
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Modular robots form autonomous distributed systems in which modules use communications to coordinate their activities in order to achieve common goals. The complexity of distributed algorithms is generally expressed as a function of network properties, e.g., the number of nodes, the number of links and the radius/diameter of the system. In this pap...

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We designed a quasi-spherical micro-robot that is able to stick and turn around its neighbors. We propose several algorithms to efficiently code complex models, manage distributed memory to scatter these data in a set of micro-robots and allow self-reconfiguration.