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Robot Cognition and Navigation

An Experiment with Mobile Robots

By Srikanta Patnaik

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5402-3446-3
  • 308 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: July 12, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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In this book the author employs a cybernetic view of robot cognition and perception as he examines mobile robot simulations, realizations and experiments, and explains the related mathematical models and algorithms. Chapters are dedicated to map building, path planning, navigation using genetic algorithms, and robot programming packages. Then detailed chapters examine the programs required for robot parameter display, gripper control, sonar reading display, teleoperation, autonomous navigation, image capture and 3D perception. This book will be useful for students and engineers building intelligent robots, and researchers migrating to this field. The required source code is included in the book or available online.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Cybernetic View to Robot Cognition.
  2. Map Building.
  3. Path Planning.
  4. Navigation Using Genetic Algorithms.
  5. Robot Programming Packages.
  6. Robot Parameter Display.
  7. Program for BotSpeak.
  8. Gripper Control Program.
  9. Program for Sonar Deading Display.
  10. Program for Wandering within Workspace.
  11. Program for Tele
  12. Operation.
  13. A Complete Program for Autonomous Navigation.
  14. Imaging Geometry.
  15. Image Capture Program.
  16. Building 3D Perception by Kalman Filter.
  17. Program for 3D Perception.
  18. Perception of Non
  19. Planner Surfaces.
  20. Intelligent Garbage Collection.
  21. References.
  22. Index.

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