Data from: Evolution of self-organized task specialization in robot swarms

Eliseo Ferrante, Ali Emre Turgut, Edgar Duéñez Guzmán, Marco Dorigo, Tom Wenseleers & Edgar Duéñez-Guzmán
Division of labor is ubiquitous in biological systems, as evidenced by various forms of complex task specialization observed in both animal societies and multicellular organisms. Although clearly adaptive, the way in which division of labor first evolved remains enigmatic, as it requires the simultaneous co-occurrence of several complex traits to achieve the required degree of coordination. Recently, evolutionary swarm robotics has emerged as an excellent test bed to study the evolution of coordinated group-level behavior....
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