Driankov / Saffiotti

Fuzzy Logic Techniques for Autonomous Vehicle Navigation

2001. Buch. viii, 393 S.: Bibliographien. Hardcover
Physica ISBN 978-3-7908-1341-8
Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm
Gewicht: 1640 g
In englischer Sprache
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In the past decade a critical mass of work that uses fuzzy logic for autonomous vehicle navigation has been reported. Unfortunately, reports of this work are scattered among conference, workshop, and journal publications that belong to different research communities (fuzzy logic, robotics, artificial intelligence, intelligent control) and it is therefore not easily accessible either to the new­ comer or to the specialist. As a result, researchers in this area may end up reinventing things while being unaware of important existing work. We believe that research and applications based on fuzzy logic in the field of autonomous vehicle navigation have now reached a sufficient level of maturity, and that it should be suitably reported to the largest possible group of interested practitioners, researches, and students. On these grounds, we have endeavored to collect some of the most representative pieces of work in one volume to be used as a reference. Our aim was to provide a volume which is more than "yet another random collection of papers," and gives the reader some added value with respect to the individual papers. In order to achieve this goal we have aimed at: • Selecting contributions which are representative of a wide range of prob­ lems and solutions and which have been validated on real robots; and • Setting the individual contributions in a clear framework, that identifies the main problems of autonomous robotics for which solutions based on fuzzy logic have been proposed.



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Presentation of state-of-the art fuzzy logic techniques used to solve the major problems in autonomous robot navigation Reproducibility of proposed solutions by the reader Discussion of pros and cons of using fuzzy logic techniques on the basis of extensive experimentation on real mobile robots
Herausgegeben von: link iconDimiter Driankov und link iconAlessandro Saffiotti