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A Distributed Architecture for Autonomous Navigation of Robots

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A Distributed Architecture for Autonomous Navigation of Robots
The paper shows a distributed architecture for autonomous robot navigation. The architecture is based on three modules that are implemented on separate and interacting agents: the target recognizer, the obsta90cle evaluator and the planner. An adaptive genetic algorithm has been studied to identify mechanisms for reaching the target and for manipulating the 2-diretions of the robot; the distributed architecture has been embedded in the DAISY (Distributed Architecture for Intelligent System). Experiments have been carried out using a LEGO intelligent brick.
Vito Di Gesù, B. Lenzitti, Giosuè Lo
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where CAMP
Authors Vito Di Gesù, B. Lenzitti, Giosuè Lo Bosco, Domenico Tegolo
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