Exploring Coordination Properties within Populations of Distributed Agents

Elizabeth Sklar, Martijn Shut, Konrad Diwold, Simon Parson

This paper presents a discussion of coordination properties within populations of geospatially distributed embodied agents. We define two axes: interaction mechanisms and population diversity; and we present a new framework designed for exploring the relationship between values along these axes and the efficiency of solutions for a set of related tasks, e.g., foraging, resource allocation and area coverage.

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