Mobbing Behavior and Deceit and its role in Bioinspired Autonomous Robotic Agents
Arkin, Ronald C.
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Arabian babblers are highly preyed upon avians living in the Israeli desert. The survival of this species is contingent upon successful predator deterrence known as mobbing. Their ability to successfully defend against larger predators is the inspiration for this research with the goal of employing new models of robotic deception. Using Grafen's Dishonesty Model , simulation results are presented, which portend the value of this behavior in military situations.