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Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics
This paper challenges the common assumption that swarm robotic systems are robust and scalable by default. We present an analysis based on both reliability modelling and experimental trials of a case study swarm performing team work, in which failures are deliberately induced. Our case study has been carefully chosen to represent a swarm task in which the overall desired system behaviour is an emergent property of the interactions between robots, in order that we can assess the fault tolerancedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-32723-0_31 fatcat:6svwrm45e5a3jev6bjyirctnqi