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ISCAS
2006
IEEE
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Using self-organizing maps to control physical robots with omnidirectional drives
— In many application areas, robots most suitably employ classical PID controllers and the like. In the field of autonomous mobile robots, however, further adaptation features a...
Ralf Salomon, Hagen Burchardt, T. Schulz
SASO
2007
IEEE
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A Space- and Time-Continuous Model of Self-Organizing Robot Swarms for Design Support
— Designing and implementing artificial self-organizing systems is a challenging task since they typically behave nonintuitive and no theoretical foundations exist. Predicting a...
Heiko Hamann, Heinz Wörn
ROBOCUP
2004
Springer
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Learning to Drive and Simulate Autonomous Mobile Robots
We show how to apply learning methods to two robotics problems, namely the optimization of the on-board controller of an omnidirectional robot, and the derivation of a model of the...
Alexander Gloye, Cüneyt Göktekin, Anna E...
EPIA
2005
Springer
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CATRAPILAS - A Simple Robotic Platform
This paper describes Catrapilas, a small robotic platform, designed to be capable of solving some well known robot problems. Among these are some of the most popular robotic contes...
Nuno Cerqueira
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