Industrial and Mobile Robot Collision–Free Motion Planning Using Fuzzy Logic Algorithms

@inproceedings{Cubero2012IndustrialAM,
  title={Industrial and Mobile Robot Collision–Free Motion Planning Using Fuzzy Logic Algorithms},
  author={Sam Cubero},
  year={2012}
}
  • Sam Cubero
  • Published 2012
Motion planning is a primary task in robot operation, where the objective is to determine collision-free paths for a robot that works in an environment that contains some moving obstacles (Latombe, 1991; Fugimura, 1991; Tzafestas, 1999). A moving obstacle may be a rigid object, or an object with joints such as an industrial manipulator. In a persistently changing and partially unpredictable environment, robot motion planning must be on line. The planner receives continuous flow of information… CONTINUE READING
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