6th Research Meeting on Distributed Computing by Mobile Robots
(joint with DISC 2016 )
Distributed robot computing is the study of complexity and computability in systems where the computational entities themselves are capable of movement within the spatial universe they inhabit. The field has applications in areas as diverse as autonomous robots moving in a terrain, software agents moving in a network, autonomous intelligent vehicles, wireless mobile ad-hoc networks, and networks of mobile sensors.
The goal of this research meeting, the 6th in the MAC series, is to bring together researchers working in this areas in order to exchange problems, ideas, techniques, and results. The objective is to create a clearer picture of the state of the art in the field, to identify outstanding open problems and research directions, and to foster collaborative investigation of selected problems.