Game theoretic colony control of holonic robots operating in unstructured environments like A 2-D maze

Güçiz, Ahmet Erhan


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The purpose of this work is to plan and control task oriented configuration changes in a metamorphic robotic system, formed by a colony of axisymmetric holons moving to inspect pipe inner surfaces. The metamorphic robotic system in question, is a reconfigurable robotic structure made up of identical, independently controlled, mechatronic modules (holons) constituting a colony. The holons in that colony have very limited individual task abilities and are only capable of connecting, disconnecting and rotating...
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In this thesis, competitive and cooperative newsboy problems for two substitutable products are analyzed by using game theoretic concepts. The demands of the products are assumed to be dependent and normally distributed. Competition is handled for Nash and Stackelberg games. Nash and Stackelberg games are compared in terms of the order quantities and the expected profits. Cooperative newsboy problem is analyzed for the products having equal costs and revenues. The effect of demand correlation on the order q...
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In this paper, we consider a secure wireless powered device-to-device (D2D) communication in the presence of the multiple eavesdroppers, where a smart hybrid base station (BS) in cellular network not only charges for the D2D transmitter to guarantee power efficiency for the D2D network, but also serves as a cooperative jammer (CJ) to interfere with the eavesdroppers. Although the cellular networks share their own spectrum with the D2D underlay network, both of them may not belong to the same service provide...
Citation Formats
A. E. Güçiz, “Game theoretic colony control of holonic robots operating in unstructured environments like A 2-D maze,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.