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Modeling of Imitative Behavior and Vicarious Learning in Mobile Robot Groups

Student: Alisa Fedorchenko

Supervisor: Irina P. Karpova

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Computer Systems and Networks (Master)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2018

The purpose of this work is to create separate models of imitative behavior and vicarious learning in groups of mobile robots as the basis for organizing collective behavior with the aim of solving group robotics problems. In the course of the course work, a review of models of imitative behavior and vicarious learning in solving group robotics problems was made, a choice and analysis of the solved problem from the field of group robotics were made, methods and algorithms for implementing the selected models were developed. A program for simulating the mechanism of imitative behavior was developed and implemented using the example of a foraging task in an anthill, an analysis of the results is given. The volume of this work is 98 pages, including the title page, annotations and table of contents. Interdisciplinary course work contains 25 illustrations, 9 tables that describe the algorithms for the formation of the description of actions and the route and the rules for their interpretation. 27 sources of information were used in the work.  

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