Kresimir Petrinec

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This paper presents a trajectory planning method that provides a continuity of position, velocity, acceleration and jerk. The method combines fifth-order and fourth-order polynomials in order to satisfy the continuity of jerk and give smooth accelerations on all segments of the planned trajectory. The proposed method was tested for movements of the(More)
This paper presents a dynamic routing method for supervisory control of multiple laser guided vehicles (LGVs) that are traveling within a layout of a given warehouse. In dynamic routing a calculated path particularly depends on the number of currently active LGVs' missions and their priorities. In order to solve the shortest path problem dynamically, the(More)
– This paper is concerned with simulation of floor shop layouts that may contain a number of robotic manufacturing cells and a number of Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) that commutate between dynamically determined starting and end nodes. We describe improvements of the AGVs pure pursuit path planning algorithm that were achieved by using a simulator for(More)
We present a laptop-based ultrasound training simulator and a novel method for creation of patient-specific training datasets. The simulator consists of a laptop computer, a peripheral probe interface device with an embedded three-degree-of-freedom orientation sensor, a virtual US probe, a virtual patient model, a simulated US brightness scan (B-scan).(More)
of the Dissertation Ultrasound imaging systems provide a low-cost, real-time, noninvasive and safe way to examine soft tissues inside the human body. Yet, the ability of medical practitioners to understand and mentally register two-dimensional (2D) ultra-sound image slices within the three-dimensional (3D) anatomy is a difficult task, so training is needed.(More)
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