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As an example, think about a "smart hotel": small wheeled robots are likely to be devoted to cleaning floors, whereas a humanoid robot may be devoted to social interaction, e.g., welcoming guests and providing ... to avoid collisions, to a more explicit coordinated behavior, e.g., task assignment or cooperative localization. ... Acknowledgements iv The research is divided into 2 phases: i) Path following and obstacle avoidance (Section 1.1). ii) Multi-robot cooperation for localization (Section 1.2). ...doi:10.15167/tanveer-muhammad-hassan_phd2019-04-30 fatcat:2hzopxmtyjhq7cxcaewhme6l4i