DOI: 10.59200/iconic.2022.024
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Abstract: Collective behaviour empowers biological species to achieve remarkable swarm level results through distributed actions. For example, social spiders achieve coordinated activities that can lead to plausible outcomes such as preying, mating, or building webs. Developers of simulated swarm systems are increasingly moving away from insinuating individualistic robotic devices, gravitating towards collective swarms to achieve common goals. However, for this to happen, it is imperative to understand the prin… Show more

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