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A HYBRID FUZZY CONTROLLER FOR NAVIGATION OF REAL MOBILE ROBOT

@inproceedings{Parhi2012AHF,
  title={A HYBRID FUZZY CONTROLLER FOR NAVIGATION OF REAL MOBILE ROBOT},
  author={Dayal Ramakrushna Parhi and Shubhasri Kundu},
  year={2012}
}
The proposed control mechanism makes mobile robot enable to navigate safely, avoiding structured and unstructured obstacles, in a crowded real world, especially, unpredictably changing environment. Fuzzy logic controllers (FLC), a hybrid of different membership functions are developed and used to navigate mobile robot. The inputs to the proposed fuzzy rule based controller of sub-modules consist of left, right, and front obstacle distance to its locations and target angle between a robot and a… 
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