The multi-agent simulation of the army ant by introducing division of roles and an altruism
This paper presents a multi-agent simulation inspired from army ants. There is the characteristic called an altruistic behavior in an army ant. For example, a bridge is covered using its body and action of the self-sacrifice of the chain construction which helps search of friend’s food is seen by passing other ants to the opposite shore. The action was mounted using the agent who took in the ecology of the army ant. In addition to research, division of roles was introduced conventionally, and the still more efficient action was shown. The purpose of this study is to understand this biological behavior by creating a computer simulation.
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2012 IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter若手研究会, 2012年7月14日, 広島市立大学