Petar Curkovic

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The level of autonomy is the most important feature by which the modern robotic systems development is directed. Furthermore, if the robots are supposed to work together in order to solve a complex task, their workspaces are shared. In this case, the robots present dynamic obstacle to each other. This paper presents a solution of the problem of motion(More)
Rapid present development of unmanned aerial vehicles is rather unstructured. Starting from general systems theory we formulate classification of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that properly groups diverse produced unmanned aerial vehicles, along with their currently unproduced, yet possible types. First we structure the context of applications of UAVs(More)
This paper presents a cooperative coevolutionary approach to path planning for two robotic arms sharing common workspace. Each arm is considered an agent, required to find transition strategy from given initial to final configuration in the work space. Since the robots share workspace, they present dynamic obstacle to each other. To solve the problem of(More)
This paper deals with issues of robustness and adaptivity in a real-world automated assembly system. The focus of research is set on robustness achieving for constantly changing environmental conditions, especially light conditions and changing orientation, position and distribution of the parts for assembly. An increase in the level of(More)
A high level of autonomy is a prerequisite for achieving robotic presence in a broad spectrum of work environments. If there is more than one robot in a given environment and the workspaces of robots are shared, then the robots present a dynamic obstacle to each other, which is a potentially dangerous situation. This paper deals with the problem of motion(More)
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