By M. Begum, F. Karray (auth.), Dikai Liu, Lingfeng Wang, Kay Chen Tan (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540899324

ISBN-13: 9783540899327

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With the expanding functions of clever robot platforms in numerous fields, the layout and keep an eye on of those structures have more and more attracted curiosity from researchers. This edited booklet entitled “Design and keep an eye on of clever robot platforms” within the publication sequence of “Studies in Computational Intelligence” is a suite of a few complicated study on layout and keep watch over of clever robots. The works offered variety in scope from layout methodologies to robotic improvement. quite a few layout ways and algorithms, comparable to evolutionary computation, neural networks, fuzzy common sense, studying, and so on. are integrated and so much stories pronounced during this e-book were applied in actual platforms. The meant readers of this edited e-book are engineers, researchers, senior undergraduates, and graduate scholars who're attracted to the sector of layout and keep watch over of clever robot systems.

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1 Collective Robotic Search The use of robots to remove the need for human involvement in dangerous tasks has been an area of great interest [2, 6, 15, 21, 26]. For high-risk applications such as landmine and radioactive material detection, the robots need to be inexpensive and dispensable. A multi-robot search using simple or specialized robots has a higher chance for success than a search utilizing a single more complex and expensive robot attempting the task alone, by reducing the impact of robot loss, equipment failure, and communication failure on the system.

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