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    Ants and roaches at Deneubourg's lab

    Last week the COSI project held a meeting at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and we took advantage of it to visit Jean Louis Deneubourg's lab, which was in the same floor; besides, their research was relevant to our project.
    It's an unique combination of wet and hard research. Where else can you find ants

    cockroaches

    and robots
    ?
    The whole idea is to learn from social and presocial insects to make robots behave more intelligently. Robots, indeed, managed to find the shortest path at the end of much wandering and whirring.
    Meanwhile,

    Christian Heath, Julie, Nico, Roma, Rocío and others were watching and listening intently.

    2003-12-09 16:11 | 8 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    1
    De: José Fecha: 2003-12-10 19:50

    Jean-Louis Deneubourg



    2
    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-12-10 20:04

    Thanks, José. Fixed.



    3
    De: José Fecha: 2003-12-17 04:57

    My comment was a bit dry, sorry!, but efficient ;-)
    By the way the link on your home page is wrong
    from the page http://geneura.ugr.es/HUM/
    it reads http://geneura.ugr.es/~jmrelo and should be http://geneura.ugr.es/~jmerelo.
    Do you know that I know Federico Morán ?
    I even wrote a paper with him...
    (Small World hummmm!)



    4
    De: José Fecha: 2003-12-17 05:27

    About small world: do you know your "distance" from Albert Einstein (accross time and space)??
    Mine is 3 : I knew Prigogine that knew De Donder that knew Einstein!
    The same distance as Jean-Louis and many other people in our lab.



    5
    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-12-17 15:53

    That means mine is 4: I knew Fede who know Prigogine...Small world, indeed!



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