Representing Patterns of autonomous agent dynamics in multi-robot systems

Johnson, Jeffrey and Price, Blaine (2003). Representing Patterns of autonomous agent dynamics in multi-robot systems. In: International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 63(1-2) pp. 228–253.

URL: http://mcs.open.ac.uk/bp5/papers/AROB2003/AROB-200...

Abstract

It is proposed that vocabularies for representing complex systems with interacting agents have a natural lattice hierarchical structure. We investigate this for the example
of simulated robot soccer, using data taken from the RoboCup simulation competition. Lattice hierarchies provide symbolic representations for reasoning about systems at appropriate levels. We note the difference between relational constructs being human supplied versus systems that abstract their own constructs autonomously. The lattice hierarchical representation underlies both.

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