ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) - Research Survey and Regular Papers: Volume 9 Issue 5, July 2018
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This article deals with trajectory planning that is suitable for nonholonomic differentially driven wheeled mobile robots. The path is approximated with a spline that consists of multiple Bernstein-Bézier curves that are merged together in a way that continuous curvature of the spline is achieved. The article presents the approach for ...
Mobile robots, parametric curves, path planning, trajectory optimization, velocity profile
Wheeled Mobile Robotics: From Fundamentals Towards Autonomous Systemscovers the main topics from the wide area of mobile robotics, explaining all applied theory and application. The book gives the reader a good foundation, enabling them to continue to more advanced topics. Several examples are included for better understanding, many of them ...
Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Volume 62 Issue 10, October, 2014
Publisher: North-Holland Publishing Co.
This paper presents a new method for estimation of the homography up to similarity from observing a single point that is rotating at constant velocity around a single axis. The benefit of the proposed estimation approach is that it does not require measurement of the points in the world frame. ...
Camera calibration, Circular points, Conic section, Homography
Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems: Volume 72 Issue 3-4, December 2013
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
In this paper we present a comparison of two fuzzy-control approaches that were developed for use on a non-linear single-input single-output (SISO) system. The first method is Fuzzy Model Reference Learning Control (FMRLC) with a modified adaptation mechanism that tunes the fuzzy inverse model. The basic idea of this method ...
2 DOF control, 91C20, Model predictive control, Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model, 62H86, Evolving fuzzy model, Fuzzy Model Reference Learning Control