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Distributed Robotics: An Intelligent System

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Title: Distributed Robotics: An Intelligent System
Subject: Robotics / Electronics
Grade level: High School - Grades 10-12
Academic Level: Advanced
Project Type: Experimental
Cost: Medium
1st place, Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair (2007)
Calgary Youth Science Fair Gold Medal (2007)
Affiliation: Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair (VSF)
Year: 2007
Description: A system of distributed robotics, incorporating neural network based methods of communication, navigation, input processing, and mapping, is proposed for improved performance and environmental interaction. Each robot contains structures to learn from an “expert system” (ideal algorithm), other robots in the system, and self-feedback. A simulation of the robots ability to achieve a simple goal has been created in C++, where 100 observations of the goal’s completion time were measured over 3 trials.
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