This research presents the implementation of GSCF, an AIS-based control framework, on a distributed wireless sensor network for tracking search and rescue robots in open fields. The General Suppression Control Framework (GSCF) is a framework inspired by the suppression hypothesis of the immune discrimination theory. The framework consists of five distinct components; each carries a specific function that can generate long-term and short-term influences to other components by the use of humoral and cellular signals. The goal of the research is to develop mathematical models that can assist the control and analyses of robots behavior through the use of Suppressor Cells in the Suppression Modulator. Acquire data from the physical robot will be used as simulation parameters in future search and rescue research.
|Number of pages||16|
|Journal||Journal of Mathematical Modelling and Algorithms|
|Early online date||26 Feb 2009|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2009|
- Artificial immune systems
- Humanitarian search and rescue
- Wireless sensor networks