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Using an AI Technique Navigation and Path Planning for Mobile Robot on Webots Platform

  title={Using an AI Technique Navigation and Path Planning for Mobile Robot on Webots Platform},
  author={Krishna Kant Pandey and Mahesh S Pol and Dayal Ramakrushna Parhi},
The mechanics of robotics science consistently dealing with one most successful creation of this discipline i.e. mobile robotics. To control navigation strategies for mobile robot is the very common area of research in robotics. Aim of this investigation is to observe the range of requirements as well as recognize with major areas within the scale and to discuss proper systems for achieving these requirements. In recent, mobile robotics is one of the most favorable areas for research, in which… 

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