Data from: Evolution of self-organized task specialization in robot swarms

Ferrante E, Turgut AE, Duéñez Guzmán E, Dorigo M, Wenseleers T

Date Published: July 15, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7pn80

 

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Title Data Figure 3
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Description Data to reproduce Figure 3, ternary plots showing group performance of handcoded controller in flat and sloped environment. The first field indicates the length of the sloped part of the environment (6 meters for the sloped environment, 0 for the flat), the following three indicate the number of robots engaging in the three strategies, the fifth field indicates the fitness and the last field the number of items dropped in the cache.
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Description Data to reproduce Figure 4, showing group performance and amount of task partitioning over subsequent generations for each of the 22 evolutionary runs. The first three fields indicate the ID of the evolutionary run, generation and repetition (respectively), the fourth and fifth fields indicate the number items retrieved in a partitioned and non-partitioned way (respectively, the sum of which row-wise corresponds to fitness), and the sixth indicates the average absolute robot speed projected along the main axis of the environment.
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Description Data to reproduce Figure 5, robot densities and trajectories for a typical run. The first fields indicates the timestep, the second, third, fourth and fifth fields indicate the x-axis (main environment axis) coordinate of the four robots, and the last field contains the number of items present in the cache.
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Description Data to reproduce Figure 6, showing the effect of the degree of task specialization and average linear speed on the fitness performance of the 22 controllers evolved from first principles. The first and second fields indicate the ID of the evolutionary run and of the repetition, the third and fourth fields indicate the number of items retrieved in a partitioned and non-partitioned way (respectively), the fifth field indicates the proportion of items retrieved in a task partitioned way, the sixth and seventh fields indicate the average linear speed and the same quantity as a proportion of the maximum theoretical speed, and the last field indicates the fitness.
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Ferrante E, Turgut AE, Duéñez Guzmán E, Dorigo M, Wenseleers T (2015) Evolution of self-organized task specialization in robot swarms. PLOS Computational Biology 11(8): e1004273. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004273

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Ferrante E, Turgut AE, Duéñez Guzmán E, Dorigo M, Wenseleers T (2015) Data from: Evolution of self-organized task specialization in robot swarms. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7pn80
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