Fuzzy Logic Based Navigation of Mobile Robots

@inproceedings{Yahmedi2011FuzzyLB,
  title={Fuzzy Logic Based Navigation of Mobile Robots},
  author={Amur S. Al Yahmedi and Muhammed A. Fatmi},
  year={2011}
}
Robots are no longer confined to engineered, well protected sealed corners, but they are currently “employed” in places closer and closer to “us”. Robots are getting out of factories and are finding their way into our homes and to populated places such as, museum halls, office buildings, schools, airports, shopping malls and hospitals. The gained benefit of the potential service and personal robots comes along with the necessity to design the robot in a way that makes it safe for it to interact… CONTINUE READING

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