A Versatile Implementation of the TraderBots Approach for Multirobot Coordination

M Bernardine Dias, Robert Michael Zlot, Marc B. Zinck, Juan Pablo Gonzalez, and Anthony (Tony) Stentz
March, 2004.


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Abstract
This paper reports details of a versatile implementation of the TraderBots approach: A market-based approach to multirobot coordination. The architectural layout, implementation details, and variety of features are described. Experimental results are presented using a team of Pioneer II DX robots engaged in exploration and distributed sensing tasks. Different features and strengths of the approach and the implementation are highlighted in the experimental results.

Keywords
Multirobot, Market, Auctions, Implementation

Notes
Sponsor: DARPA and NASA

Text Reference
M Bernardine Dias, Robert Michael Zlot, Marc B. Zinck, Juan Pablo Gonzalez, and Anthony (Tony) Stentz, "A Versatile Implementation of the TraderBots Approach for Multirobot Coordination," March, 2004.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Dias_2004_4744,
   author = "M Bernardine Dias and Robert Michael Zlot and Marc B Zinck and Juan Pablo Gonzalez and Anthony (Tony) Stentz",
   title = "A Versatile Implementation of the TraderBots Approach for Multirobot Coordination",
   booktitle = "",
   month = "March",
   year = "2004",
}