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We consider boundary coverage of a regular structure by a swarm of miniature robots, and compare a suite of three fully distributed coordination algorithms experimentally. All algorithms rely on boundary coverage by reactive control, whereas coordination of the robots high-level behavior is fundamentally different: random, self-organized, and deliberative with reactive elements. The self-organized coordination algorithm was designed using macroscopic probabilistic models that lead to analyticaldoi:10.1007/978-3-540-77457-0_44 dblp:conf/iser/CorrellRM06 fatcat:gywdyn72tzegvoqhq267zle454