Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots

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Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots. / Walker, Joanne H.; Wilson, Myra S.

Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium. ed. / Alcherio Martinoli; Francesco Mondada; Nikolaus Correll; Grégory Mermoud; Magnus Egerstedt; M. Ani Hsieh; Lynne E. Parker; Kasper Støy. Vol. 83 Springer Nature, 2012. p. 459-472 Chapter 33 (Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems; Vol. 83).

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Walker, JH & Wilson, MS 2012, Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots. in A Martinoli, F Mondada, N Correll, G Mermoud, M Egerstedt, MA Hsieh, LE Parker & K Støy (eds), Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium. vol. 83, Chapter 33, Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, vol. 83, Springer Nature, pp. 459-472. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-32723-0_33

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Walker, J. H., & Wilson, M. S. (2012). Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots. In A. Martinoli, F. Mondada, N. Correll, G. Mermoud, M. Egerstedt, M. A. Hsieh, L. E. Parker, & K. Støy (Eds.), Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium (Vol. 83, pp. 459-472). [Chapter 33] (Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems; Vol. 83). Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-32723-0_33

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Walker JH, Wilson MS. Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots. In Martinoli A, Mondada F, Correll N, Mermoud G, Egerstedt M, Hsieh MA, Parker LE, Støy K, editors, Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium. Vol. 83. Springer Nature. 2012. p. 459-472. Chapter 33. (Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-32723-0_33

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Walker, Joanne H. ; Wilson, Myra S. / Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous Robots. Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium. editor / Alcherio Martinoli ; Francesco Mondada ; Nikolaus Correll ; Grégory Mermoud ; Magnus Egerstedt ; M. Ani Hsieh ; Lynne E. Parker ; Kasper Støy. Vol. 83 Springer Nature, 2012. pp. 459-472 (Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems).

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