Rigid Graph Control Architectures for Autonomous Formations
For millions of years, nature has presented examples of collective behavior in groups of insects, birds, and fish. This behavior has arisen to permit sophisticated functions of the group that cannot be achieved by individual members , . Collective behavior serves needs such as foraging for food, defense against predators, aggression against prey, and mating. Fish and birds particularly, as part of their group behavior, often display formation- type behavior. In this type of behavior, the...[Show more]
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