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Swarm robotics : Robustness, scalability, and self-X features in industrial applications

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HEINRICH, Mary Katherine, Mohammad Divband SOORATI, Tanja Katharina KAISER, Mostafa WAHBY, Heiko HAMANN, 2019. Swarm robotics : Robustness, scalability, and self-X features in industrial applications. In: Information Technology : it. De Gruyter. 61(4), pp. 159-167. ISSN 1611-2776. eISSN 2196-7032. Available under: doi: 10.1515/itit-2019-0003

@article{Heinrich2019Swarm-58554, title={Swarm robotics : Robustness, scalability, and self-X features in industrial applications}, year={2019}, doi={10.1515/itit-2019-0003}, number={4}, volume={61}, issn={1611-2776}, journal={Information Technology : it}, pages={159--167}, author={Heinrich, Mary Katherine and Soorati, Mohammad Divband and Kaiser, Tanja Katharina and Wahby, Mostafa and Hamann, Heiko} }

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