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Title: 
  • is An investigation of robot behaviours within a simulated environment
Abstract: 
  • is

    A design for a simulator to test autonomous mobile robots is discussed in this work.
    Only a partial implementation of this simulator was realized. Most of the work for the
    simulation world has been completed but the area concerning the running of robot
    programs for use in this world has not. The simulator’s intent was to model a world of
    obstacle, one target location and one mobile robot. The target location is supposed to
    represent the location of an incapacitated person at risk. A successful run of the
    simulation is one where a mobile robot finds its way to this target location within, at
    least, a reasonable amount of time and the robot using some search algorithm to reach
    it. A way of creating a map of this world where a user can add obstacles and one
    target location by using a graphical user interface has been implemented. Currently, it
    is possible to store these maps of differing worlds as files and later to load them from
    files.

Accepted: 
  • Jan 1, 2006
URI: 
  • is http://hdl.handle.net/1946/1183


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