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Automatic Configuration of Multi-Robot Systems: Planning for Multiple Steps

R. Lundh, L. Karlsson and A. Saffiotti

Abstract
We consider multi-robot systems where robots need to cooperate tightly by sharing functionalities with each other. There are methods for automatically configuring a multi-robot system for tight cooperation, but they only produce a single configuration. In this paper, we show how methods for automatic configuration can be integrated with methods for task planning in order to produce a complete plan were each step is a configuration. We also consider the issues of monitoring and replanning in this context, and we demonstrate our approach on a real multi-robot system, called the PEIS-Ecology.
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R. Lundh and L. Karlsson and A. Saffiotti. Automatic Configuration of Multi-Robot Systems: Planning for Multiple Steps. Proc. of the 18th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI). Patras, Greece, 2008.
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