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ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT MAZE SOLVER ROBOT

@inproceedings{Singh2016ARTIFICIALLYIM,
  title={ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT MAZE SOLVER ROBOT},
  author={Malkit K. Singh and R. Kumar and V. Giradkar and P. Bhole and Minu Kumari},
  year={2016}
}
Robotics is very important now days, especially due to its increasing practice in many industries. It was recently observed that there is a great difficulty being faced in the separation of the articles in the industries, like Textiles. Being a manual job it was also time consuming and boring. Therefore, for giving this problem a technological perspective, automation in such field was required. When a robot having its own sense of judgment to the path which it follows, would be introduced then… Expand
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