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Title of paper: A metamorphic robot described in generalized nets terms
Author(s):
Zlatogor Minchev
Centre for Biomedical Engineering — Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad.G.Bonchev Str., Bl.105, Sofia-1113, BULGARIA
zminchev@clbme.bas.bg
Presented at: 3rd International Workshop on Generalized Nets, Sofia, 1 October 2002
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 37—41
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Abstract: The metamorphic robots are a new sphere of robotics that belongs to the Distributed Artificial Intelligence realm. These robots can dynamically adapt their shape and have many useful applications in hostile enviroments on the Earth or on other planets in the space.

The metamorphic robot, considered in the paper is described as a multiagent system in generalized nets terms - a new tool for design and simulation that saves the logics and dynamics of the investigated objects but at the same time gives compact and full description.

Keywords: Multiagent systems, Generalized nets, Modular robots, Metamorphic robots, Modelling, Simulating
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Citations:
  1. Minchev Z., Generalized nets modelling and control of modular mobile robotic system, 6th International Workshop on Generalized Nets. Sofia, 17 December 2005, pp.34-42

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