Behaviour Co-ordination in Multirobot Group

P. Nahodil and M. Petrus (Czech Republic)


applied robotics, hybrid architecture, autonomous agents, adaptivity, social behavior


The aim of this paper is to describe our approach to the realization of social interactions in community of behavior-based agents. Above all, we focus our attention on modelling of the agent’s architecture that allows the implementation of behavior dependent on both the agent’s interaction and environmental influences. We also compare this model of architecture with another models of reactive or behavior based agents. The compared methods will be discussed especially from point the of view its capability to execute complex behavior and enable to implement behavior adaptivity.

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