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Intelligent Controller for Mobile Robot : Fuzzy Logic Approach

  title={Intelligent Controller for Mobile Robot : Fuzzy Logic Approach},
  author={M. K. Singh and Dayal Ramakrushna Parhi and Subrata Bhowmik and Sunil Kumar Kashyap},
ABSTRACT: A key issue in the research of an autonomous mobile robot is the design and development of an intelligent controller which can control and enables the robot to navigate in a real world environment, avoiding structured and unstructured obstacles especially in crowded and unpredictably changing environment, whether it is in land, underground, under water, on the air or in space. An intelligent system has the ability to act appropriately in an uncertain environment, where an appropriate… 

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