Doing Tasks with Multiple Mini-Robots

John Fischer, Paul Rybski, Dirk Edmonds, Maria Gini

We are interested in building robots that are simple and have limited computing power yet are capable of surviving in an unstructured environment while achieving their assigned task. We have shown that even with limited computing small robots can learn how to achieve their task (Hougen et al. 1996)) provided that the task is not extremely difficult and the learning algorithm is capable of fast learning.


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