Jasmin Velagic

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This paper describes how soft computing methodologies such as fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms and the Dempster–Shafer theory of evidence can be applied in a mobile robot navigation system. The navigation system that is considered has three navigation subsystems. The lower-level subsystem deals with the control of linear and angular volocities using a(More)
Heat and air conditioning losses in buildings and factories lead to a large amount of wasted energy. The Action Plan for Energy Efficiency of the Commission of the European Communities (2008) estimates that the largest cost-effective energy savings potential lies in residential (≈ 27%) and commercial (≈ 30%) buildings. Imagine a technology that creates a(More)
— The paper proposes a wireless navigation mobile robot system for both path planning and trajectory execution within an indoor maze environment. This system consists of the mobile robot, trajectory planner, motion controller, visual sensor (CCD camera), ZigBee wireless communication device and a maze terrain. The camera is used to capture images of the(More)