Data from: Secure and secret cooperation in robot swarms

Eduardo Castelló Ferrer, Thomas Hardjono, Alex Pentland & Marco Dorigo
The importance of swarm robotics systems in both academic research and real-world applications is steadily increasing. However, to reach widespread adoption, new models that ensure the secure cooperation of large groups of robots need to be developed. This work introduces a method to encapsulate cooperative robotic missions in an authenticated data structure known as Merkle tree. With this method, operators can provide the "blueprint" of the swarm's mission without disclosing its raw data. In other...
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