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You will prepare and submit a term paper on Robots Memorandum. Your paper should be a minimum of 250 words in length. of affiliation This memo is presented for your acknowledgement and response on my research paper. In the overview section of this memo, I intend to elucidate the problem under study, propose possible resolutions to the problem, and identify the scope and methodology of my research. Equally, i intend to examine the preliminary conclusions founded on the research I have so far completed.
The spirit of unity and hard work exhibited by the tiny insects: the termites have continuously inspired scientists across the globes, who have believed that a technological move to integrate the intelligence into working instruments that act exactly the termites will produce the world’s most appreciated computer innovation. Of recent are the scientists and researchers from Harvard University who designed a construction crew of infinitesimal robots that have ability to construct complex structures without any external aid. It is realizable that the designation of the robots took four years.
Scientists and robotics researchers are exploring ways of integrating the aspect of swarm intelligence from the termites into the robots to permit large groups of simple robots to team up. In this context, each robot is expected to work independently however, at the end they build something together. The scientists apply this intelligence.
The robotics researchers and scientists used simple laws attributed to the termite’s behaviour to programme the robots. The laws enable the robots to act free of human sense of intelligence from a non- centralized location or point of view. The scientists propose complex programming and coding of the robots to increase the intelligence of collaboration, accuracy and speed of working. As an example, a robot swam has an ability to construct form-bricked castles, towers and pyramids. The structure of the robots involves a height of 8 inches and width of 4.5 inches, with a pinwheel shaped tires. An infrared sensor, accelerator and an ultrasound sensor are equipped in each robot to help in responding to the dynamism of the surrounding. The robots have ability to sense and correct a mistake. The robot walk independently around the building severally to ensure that everything that needs to be done has been done.
There are numerous thoughts of making the robots more efficient and less costly in terms of their construction. Numerous researchers have come up with diverse opinions on the materials to be used and the level of integrity they should possess. For the purposes of understanding the kind of material and the cost in relation to the continued robot innovation and construction, I have to consider the following
The amount of money the intended materials would cost
The benefits attributed to this innovation
What are the side effects of the process of robot construction?
The primary data for the intended research paper will come from diverse articles on the robots and termite relationship topics. The article will be obtained electronically. Conclusions on this research will be made upon in-depth comparison of the information from all these articles. The following articles represent a sample of my resources for this research.
Continued research on the robot innovation will see the world move to another superior technological level that will most probably ease construction of houses among other useful structures.
Simmons, R., Makatchev, M., Kirby, R., Lee, M. K., Fanaswala, I., Browning, B. . . .Sakr, M. (2011).Believable robot characters. AI Magazine, 32(4), 39-52. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/918771428?accountid=45049
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Kube, C. R., Parker, C. A. C., Wang, T. A. C., & Zhang, H. A. C. (January 01, 2010). Biologically Inspired Collective Robotics.
Nagata, F., Yamashiro, T., Kitahara, N., Otsuka, A., Watanabe, K., & Habib, M. K. (January 01, 2012). Self Control and Server-Supervisory Control for Multiple Mobile Robots, and its Applicability to Intelligent DNC System.
Robert, L. H. (2014, Feb 13). Team designs tiny robots that can build like termites. Wall Street Journal (Online). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1497963698?accountid=45049
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Sharkey, A. J. C., & Sharkey, N. J. C. (January 01, 2011). The Application of Swarm Intelligence to Collective Robots.
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