Ant Colony Optimisation
Ant colony optimisation is a swarm intelligence, AI algorithm set that bases the behaviour of a swarm, on behaviour observed in ant or termite colonies, using the same rough hive-mind approach. It is best suited to VR use, rather than robotics at its current state of development.
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The familiar early summer call of the cuckoo has inspired composer and poet alike, but the sound belies the bird's true parasitic nature. Now, an international research team has taken the cuckoo's wont to deposit its eggs in the nests of ...
A researcher of the University of Granada, Spain, has designed a new system for the mobility of military troops within a battlefield based on the mechanisms used by ant colonies to move using a commercial videogame.
(Press Release) At the end of December 2006, VizUp Technology unveiled a new polygon reduction system that enables anyone to reduce the number of polygons in a complex 3D model up to 90% without much effect on its visual quality.
Not every engineering dean wants a live bee colony outside of his office, but such is the case at the Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Researchers in a lab down the hall from the dean'...
Lyon, France - January 17th 2006 - PathEngine, supplier of the advanced pathfinding and agent movement SDK, announces release 5.0 of the PathEngine SDK.
An iterative development process has seen a host of features added to th...