Self-organized control in cooperative robots using a pattern formation principle

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Self-organized control in cooperative robots using a pattern formation principle. / Starke, Jens; Ellsaessea, Carmen; Fukuda, Toshio.

In: Physics Letters A, Vol. 375, No. 21, 2011, p. 2094-2098.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2011

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Starke, Jens; Ellsaessea, Carmen; Fukuda, Toshio / Self-organized control in cooperative robots using a pattern formation principle.

In: Physics Letters A, Vol. 375, No. 21, 2011, p. 2094-2098.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2011

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title = "Self-organized control in cooperative robots using a pattern formation principle",
publisher = "Elsevier BV North-Holland",
author = "Jens Starke and Carmen Ellsaessea and Toshio Fukuda",
year = "2011",
doi = "10.1016/j.physleta.2011.04.009",
volume = "375",
number = "21",
pages = "2094--2098",
journal = "Physics Letters A",
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T1 - Self-organized control in cooperative robots using a pattern formation principle

A1 - Starke,Jens

A1 - Ellsaessea,Carmen

A1 - Fukuda,Toshio

AU - Starke,Jens

AU - Ellsaessea,Carmen

AU - Fukuda,Toshio

PB - Elsevier BV North-Holland

PY - 2011

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N2 - Self-organized modular approaches proved in nature to be robust and optimal and are a promising strategy to control future concepts of flexible and modular manufacturing processes. We show how this can be applied to a model of flexible manufacturing based on time-dependent robot-target assignment problems where robot teams have to serve manufacturing targets such that an objective function is optimized. Feasibility of the self-organized solutions can be guaranteed even for unpredictable situations like sudden changes in the demands or breakdowns of robots. As example an uncrewed space mission is visualized in a simulation where robots build a space station.

AB - Self-organized modular approaches proved in nature to be robust and optimal and are a promising strategy to control future concepts of flexible and modular manufacturing processes. We show how this can be applied to a model of flexible manufacturing based on time-dependent robot-target assignment problems where robot teams have to serve manufacturing targets such that an objective function is optimized. Feasibility of the self-organized solutions can be guaranteed even for unpredictable situations like sudden changes in the demands or breakdowns of robots. As example an uncrewed space mission is visualized in a simulation where robots build a space station.

KW - Distributed robotic systems

KW - Assignment problems

KW - Robust behavior

KW - Selection equations

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DO - 10.1016/j.physleta.2011.04.009

JO - Physics Letters A

JF - Physics Letters A

SN - 0375-9601

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VL - 375

SP - 2094

EP - 2098

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