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Development of Automation Navigation System of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Chua's Chaotic Model

@inproceedings{Uakarn2015DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of Automation Navigation System of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Chua's Chaotic Model},
  author={Chanuan Uakarn and Chart Rithirun},
  year={2015}
}
The actual performance of Automatic Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for searching target in broad topography may cause the coverage aviation and immediately find target problems. In the past research, it had accepted that chaotic random number generation for being the signal of robots control; the robots could be unrepeated motion which is better than random control signal. This research is the study of chaotic signal for controlling the aviation direction of automatic UAV with complex parameters of… 

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