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Distributed Computing by Oblivious Mobile Robots 2012 Edition by Paola Flocchini, Giuseppe Prencipe, Nicola Santoro , Morgan & Claypool Publishers

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    Author(s)Paola Flocchini, Giuseppe Prencipe, Nicola Santoro
    PublisherMorgan & Claypool Publishers
    ISBN9781608456864
    Pages185
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2012

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    Morgan & Claypool Publishers Distributed Computing by Oblivious Mobile Robots 2012 Edition by Paola Flocchini, Giuseppe Prencipe, Nicola Santoro

    The study of what can be computed by a team of autonomous mobile robots, originally started in robotics and AI, has become increasingly popular in theoretical computer science (especially in distributed computing), where it is now an integral part of the investigations on computability by mobile entities. The robots are identical computational entities located and able to move in a spatial universe; they operate without explicit communication and are usually unable to remember the past; they are extremely simple, with limited resources, and individually quite weak. However, collectively the robots are capable of performing complex tasks, and form a system with desirable fault-tolerant and self-stabilizing properties. The research has been concerned with the computational aspects of such systems. In particular, the focus has been on the minimal capabilities that the robots should have in order to solve a problem.This book focuses on the recent algorithmic results in the field of distributed computing by oblivious mobile robots (unable to remember the past). After introducing the computational model with its nuances, we focus on basic coordination problems: pattern formation, gathering, scattering, leader election, as well as on dynamic tasks such as flocking. For each of these problems, we provide a snapshot of the state of the art, reviewing the existing algorithmic results. In doing so, we outline solution techniques, and we analyze the impact of the different assumptions on the robots' computability power.