BEHAVIOUR-DEFINED NAVIGATION FRAMEWORK FOR DYNAMICAL OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE IN MULTI-ROBOT SYSTEMS CONSISTING OF HOLONOMIC ROBOTS

Tahniat Khayyam, S.G. Ponnambalam, Mukund Nilakantan Janardhanan, and Izabela Ewa Nielsen

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