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  • A. P. J. Sweere, J. Giesselbach, R. Barendse, R. de Krieger, G. Honderd, K. C. A. M. Luyben
  • 2004
A simple structured model describing the response of a baker's yeast culture to a glucose pulse is presented. The model is based on a limited oxidation capacity of yeast leading to a switchover from oxidative to oxido-reductive metabolism. The maximum specific consumption rates of glucose, ethanol and oxygen are modelled by first order transfer functions.(More)
In the field of robotics aids for disabled people a number of different approaches are followed. The main difference between these systems is their use of a structured or an unstructured environment. A comparison between the different approaches is discussed in this paper. Of these concepts the MANUS system is treated in more detail. The implications of the(More)
Obstacle Avoidance for a Mobile Robot A notorious problem in mobile obstacle avoidance is the detection and avoidance of obstacles. This thesis evaluates several well-known methods for controlling the motion of a mobile robot in an unknown dynamic environment. One of these methods, the Global Dynamic Window Approach, is selected and, using a laser range(More)