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Fuzzy control of a mobile robot

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This paper describes the design of a new fuzzy logic-based navigation algorithm for autonomous robots. This design effectively achieves correct environment modeling and noisy and uncertain sensory data processing on low-cost hardware equipment. A hierarchical control strategy is presented in which three different reactive behaviors are fused in a single control law by means of a fuzzy supervisor guaranteeing robot safety and task accomplishment. Due to the inherent transparency of fuzzy logic, the proposed algorithm is computationally light, easily reconfigurable, and well-performing in a wide range of differing operating conditions and environments

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Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 4 )