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Towards Hybrid and Diversity‐Aware Collective Adaptive Systems

Smart Society Fausto Giunchiglia & Vincenzo Maltese: University of Trento Stuart Anderson: Edinburgh University Daniele Miorandi: U‐Hopper Presentation from ECAL 2013

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The Socio-psychological Ergonomy of the Collective Awareness Platforms

A. Guazzini & F. Bagnoli: University of Florence Presentation from ECAL 2013

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A participative method for crowdsourcing and extracting collective intelligence

Franco Bagnoli & Giovanna Pacini: University of Florence Presentation from ECAL 2013

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Morphogenetic Multi-Robot Pattern Formation Using Hierarchical Gene Regulatory Networks

Swarm Organ Yaochu Jin and Hyondong Oh: University of Surrey Presentation from ECAL 2013

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Human‐machine Coexistence in Groups

Smart Society George Kampis & Stuart Anderson: Edinburgh University Paul Lukowicz: DFK Presentation from ECAL 2013

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Clonal Plasticity & Operator Placement

Trinity College Dublin (Diversify) Vivek Nallur Hui Song Siobhán Clarke Presentation from ECAL 2013

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A Unified Framework for Collective Systems

Emma Hart: Edinburgh Napier University Jeremy Pitt: Imperial College London Ulle Endriss: University of Amsterdam Presentation from ECAL 2013

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Can Adaptability be measured? Yes, it’s entropy!

Rupert Reiger: EADS Presentation from ECAL 2013.

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