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Development of a non-holonomic multi-agent robot navigation system with adaptive formation control

Authors:

J.G.V. Priyanka ,

Anura P. Rathanyake,

University of Ruhuna, LK
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Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
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D.H.S. Maithripala

University of Peradeniya, LK
About D.H.S.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
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Abstract

The service of mobile robots is found in many ways in present activities when the accuracy, mobility and the safety cannot be assured by the human intervention. The biggest challenge we face is that the collaborative navigation of the multi-agent systems, which is very difficult to achieve in real world. Major reasons for this are the dynamical nature of mobile robots, the cooperated tracking and navigation, and the requirement of very accurate and reliable hardware, causing very high investment in developing stage (Fukunaga, Y. U. Cao, A. and Meng, 1995). On the other hand, the use of low cost hardware does not usually guarantee the expected results

How to Cite: Priyanka, J.G.V., Rathanyake, A.P. & Maithripala, D.H.S., (2017). Development of a non-holonomic multi-agent robot navigation system with adaptive formation control. Journal of the University of Ruhuna. 5(1-2), pp.11–13.
Published on 24 Dec 2017.
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