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Bettering operation of Robots by learning

- S. Arimoto, S. Kawamura, F. Miyazaki
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- J. Field Robotics
- 1984

This article proposes a betterment process for the operation of a mechanical robot in a sense that it betters the next operation of a robot by using the previous operation's data. The process has an… Expand

A stable tracking control method for an autonomous mobile robot

- Y. Kanayama, Y. Kimura, F. Miyazaki, Tetsuo Noguchi
- Computer Science
- Proceedings., IEEE International Conference on…
- 13 May 1990

A stable tracking control rule is proposed for nonholonomic vehicles. The stability of the rule is proved through the use of a Liapunov function. Inputs to the vehicle are a reference posture (x/sub… Expand

Bettering operation of dynamic systems by learning: A new control theory for servomechanism or mechatronics systems

- S. Arimoto, S. Kawamura, F. Miyazaki
- Computer Science
- The 23rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
- 1 December 1984

A new concept called "betterment process" is proposed for the purpose of giving a learning ability of autonomous construction of a better control input to a class of multi-input multi-output… Expand

A stable tracking control method for a non-holonomic mobile robot

- Y. Kanayama, Y. Kimura, F. Miyazaki, Tetsuo Noguchi
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Proceedings IROS '91:IEEE/RSJ International…
- 1991

Proposes a stable control rule to find a reasonable target linear and rotational velocities ( nu , omega )/sup t/. The stability of the rule is proved through the use of a Lyapunov function. The rule… Expand

Stability of learning control with disturbances and uncertain initial conditions

- G. Heinzinger, D. Fenwick, B. Paden, F. Miyazaki
- Mathematics
- 1992

The authors investigate the effects of state disturbances, output noise, and errors in initial conditions on a class of learning control algorithms. They present a simple learning algorithm and… Expand

A learning approach to robotic table tennis

- Michiya Matsushima, T. Hashimoto, M. Takeuchi, F. Miyazaki
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- IEEE Transactions on Robotics
- 1 August 2005

We propose a method of controlling a table tennis robot so as to return the incoming ball to a desired point on the table with specified flight duration. The proposed method consists of the following… Expand

Learning control theory for dynamical systems

- S. Arimoto, S. Kawamura, F. Miyazaki, S. Tamaki
- Mathematics
- 24th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
- 1 December 1985

Three types of learning control laws are proposed for mechanical or mechatronics systems with linear and nonlinear dynamics, which may be operated repeatedly at low cost. Given a desired output Yd… Expand

Realization of robot motion based on a learning method

- S. Kawamura, F. Miyazaki, S. Arimoto
- Computer Science
- IEEE Trans. Syst. Man Cybern.
- 3 January 1988

To make a robot track a given desired motion trajectory, a learning control scheme is proposed which is based on the repeatability of robot motion. In this scheme the robot obtains a desired motion… Expand

Precise dead-reckoning for mobile robots using multiple optical mouse sensorsx4

- D. Sekimori, F. Miyazaki
- Computer Science, Engineering
- ICINCO
- 2005

In this paper, in order to develop an accurate localization for mobile robots, we propose a dead-reckoning system based on increments of the robot movements read directly from the floor using optical… Expand