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Multi-Agent Swarm Spreading Approach in Unknown Environments
Shadi Alian, Nazeeh Ghatasheh, M. Abu-Faraj
Published 2014
Swarm spreading has been gaining more focus since the more reliance on artificial intelligence in solving complex problems. Such importance comes from the various possible applications of the swarm… Expand
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