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From traffic flow simulations to collision avoidance module for mobile robot - cellular automata with fuzzy rules approach

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A discrete automaton model is introduced with fuzzy rules to simulate one-way traffic flow. Results of simulations are consistent with the so-called fundamental diagram (flow versus density), as is observed in real free-way traffic. The fuzzy controller approach makes it possible to efficiently control mobile robots to avoid collisions. The 1D automaton can be easily extended to a two dimensional environment.

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Robot Motion and Control, 2002. RoMoCo '02. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on

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9-11 Nov. 2002