Some Mechanisms for Managing Aggressive Behavior in Group Robotics
Possible methods of implementing aggression as one of the mechanisms in the formation of social behavior in groups of robots are discussed. Aggression is seen as a way to resolve conflicts over resources. The features of the aggressive behavior of eusocial insects (ants) are used as a basis. The aggressive component is integrated into the need-emotional architecture of the robot control system, which is presented as a hybrid neuro-production system. The proposed mechanism can be used as a base for implementing various models of social behavior in group robotics.