subCULTron
SUBMARINE CULTURES PERFORM LONG-TERM ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF UNCONVENTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL NICHES

subCULTron aims for achieving long-term autonomy in a learning, self-regulating, self-sustaining underwater society/culture of robots in a high-impact application area: Venice, Italy. Our heterogeneous system consists of 3 different agent types: On the sea-ground, artificial mussels are the collective long-term memory of the system, allowing information to stay beyond the runtime of other agents, thus allowing to continue learning from previously learned states.…read more 

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Robots in Distress

A Production by boredom research: Robots in Distress is a simulation of autonomous underwater agents Read more

Quantification and Analysis of the Resilience of Two Swarm Intelligent Algorithms.

Joshua Cherian Varughese, Ronald Thenius, Thomas Schmickl, Franz Wotawa: Quantification and Analysis of the Resilience Read more

Joshua Cherian Varughese, Ronald Thenius, Thomas Schmickl, Franz Wotawa: swarmFSTaxis: Borrowing a Swarm Communication Mechanism from Fireflies and Slime Mold. in Complex Adaptive Systems: Views from the Physical, Natural, and Social Sciences (2017)

 

Robots in Distress

A Production by boredom research: Robots in Distress is a simulation of autonomous underwater agents Read more

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Underwater robots monitor Venice lagoon

A few videos!