Robot path planning map pre-optimization by Multilayer Fuzzy Situational Maps

Áron Ballagi


Intelligent robot path planning require have very complex decision-making and computational processes. Collecting and calculating a high amount of data is one of the weakest points of a such system. In addition, it is necessarily processed in real-time on a limited computational capacity. In this paper, we propose some novel algorithms for coping with these problems and give some information about Fuzzy Situational Maps and their use as a multidimensional extension of Fuzzy Signatures. An example takes to the field of path planning map pre-optimization by Fuzzy Situational Map.

Słowa kluczowe: fuzzy situational maps, mobile robotics

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