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Title Mobile robotics : principles, techniques and applications / Anna Montgomery, editor.
Imprint New York : Nova Publishers, [2015]

Series Robotics research and technology
Robotics research and technology.
Subject Mobile robots.
Alt Name Montgomery, Anna,
Series Robotics research and technology
Robotics research and technology.
Subject Mobile robots.
Alt Name Montgomery, Anna,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
Contents MOBILE ROBOTICS: PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS; MOBILE ROBOTICS: PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Mobile Robotics for Life Science Laboratories; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Robots in Life Science Laboratories; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Requirements for Using Mobile Robots in Life Science Laboratories; 2.2.1. Secure Indoor Navigation; 2.2.2. Collision Avoidance; 2.2.3. Precise Pick and Place; 2.2.4. Additional Requirements.
3. Concept and Realization of Using Mobile Robots in Life Science Laboratories3.1. Architecture of the Transportation System; 3.2. Indoor Localization and Plath Planning; 3.2.1. StarGazer-Based Localization; 3.2.2. Map Theory Based Path Planning; 3.2.3. Arm Manipulation; 3.3. Recharging Control; 4. Experiments; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 2: Distributed Controller Design for Intelligent Mobile Robots with Embedded Petri Nets; Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science, Japan; Abstract; Introduction; Requirements for Behavioral Control of Mobile Robots.
Discrete Event Modeling of Robotic ActionsControl and Behavior Modules for Motion Tasks; Design of Motion Tasks Based on Petri Nets; Petri Net Based Software Implementation of Behavior Modules; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Simulator with Hardware-in- the-Loop for Embedded Control Navigation Design of Mobile Robots; Abstract; Introduction; 1.1. Robot Dynamic Modeling; 1.2. System in State Space; 1.2.1. Equating Engine DC; Electric Motor Characteristics DC; 1.2.2. State Equations of the System; 1.2.3. Result of System State Equation; 1.3. Kinematics Modeling Robot.
1.3.1. Kinematics of Non-Holonomic Mobile ROBOTS1.3.2. Riding the Equation of State According to the System Characteristics; 1.3.3. Equation of State- Discrete Time; 1.3.4. Robot Linear Speed; 1.3.5. Circle of 1 Meter Radius; 1.4. System Stability with Feedback Encoder -- PI Control; 1.5. Implementation of Virtual Simulator with Feedback Encoder; 1.5.11. Viewing the Actual Trajectories Developed by Robot; 1.6. Implementation of the Trajectories with Feedback Encoder; 1.6.1. Implementation of the Trajectory Circumference; 2. Comparisons of Drills with Experimental Results.
2.1. Comparison of Trajectories -- With Encoder Feedback2.1.1. Path Circle; 3. Study of Case: Wheelchair Experimental Validation; 3.1. Experimental Triangulation Results; 3.2. Results Graphical Analyzer; 4. Final Considerations; References; Chapter 4: Development of an Intelligent Control Based Vehicle Following System; School of Engineering and Physics, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. System Overview; 3. Lego Robotic Vehicles; 4. Modelling; 5. Fuzzy Controller; 5.1. Two Input Fuzzy Controller; 5.2. Single Input Fuzzy Controller.
Summary Robots or biological intelligent machines are characterized by open, adaptive systems which have autonomy and hierarchical structure. In recent years, more and more mobile robots have been applied in indoor transportation applications. In this book, the study of mobile robotics in life sciences is presented and a number of relatively technical difficulties are considered. A design methodology of behavior-based distributed control architecture for autonomous mobile robots is presented. The third chapter presents the virtual environment implementation for project simulation and conception of sup.
ISBN 9781634826655 (ebook)
1634826655
9781634826419 (softcover)
1634826418
OCLC # 913742916
Additional Format Print version: Mobile robotics New York : Nova Publishers, Inc., [2015] 9781634826419 (softcover) (DLC) 2015012944



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