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Comp. by:Nadaraja Date:28/10/03 Time:20:34:59 Stage:1st Revises File Path:{E_Serials}Asb/Vol_33/05-Composition/ASB_33_CH1.3d
 

Summary: Comp. by:Nadaraja Date:28/10/03 Time:20:34:59 Stage:1st Revises
File Path:{E_Serials}Asb/Vol_33/05-Composition/ASB_33_CH1.3d
Proof by:Celestine J. QC by:
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Teamwork in Animals, Robots, and Humans
Carl Anderson1
and Nigel R. Franks2
1
school of industrial and systems engineering
georgia institute of technology
atlanta, georgia 30332-0205, usa
2
school of biological sciences
university of bristol
bristol, bs8 1ug uk
I. Introduction
Teamwork is common in our own social interactions but is not restricted
to humans. Animals, from ants to whales, may also work in teams. When
part of certain multi-robot systems, robots may also use teamwork. However,

  

Source: Anderson, Carl - Synthetic Intelligence, Qbit, LLC, Bethesda, MD

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology; Engineering; Mathematics