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Mobile Robots Navigation by Alejandra Barrera

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Mobile Robots Navigation
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070766
Number of pages: 680

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The successful research cases included in this book demonstrate the progress of devices, systems, models and architectures in supporting the navigational behavior of mobile robots while performing tasks within several contexts. Topics covered: Sensory perception; Robot localization; Path planning; Obstacle avoidance; Analysis of navigational behavior; Inspiration from nature; Navigation applications.

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