Investigation of Warrior Robots Behavior by Using Evolutionary Algorithms

11/18/2020
by   Shahriar Sharifi Borojerdi, et al.
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In this study, we review robots behavior especially warrior robots by using evolutionary algorithms. This kind of algorithms is inspired by nature that causes robots behaviors get resemble to collective behavior. Collective behavior of creatures such as bees was shown that do some functions which depended on interaction and cooperation would need to a well-organized system so that all creatures within it carry out their duty, very well. For robots which do not have any intelligence, we can define an algorithm and show the results by a simple simulation.

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