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Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference
In this paper, we explore how robots in a swarm can individually exploit collisions to produce self-organizing behaviours at the macroscopic scale. We propose to focus on two behaviours that modify the orientation of a robot during a collision, which are inspired by positive and negative feedback observed in Nature. These two behaviours differ in the nature of the feedback produced after a collision by favouring either (1) the alignment or (2) the anti-alignment of the robot with an externaldoi:10.1145/3512290.3528816 fatcat:k723jg43cnh5lgkbud4junib5q