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Título: Using attractor dynamics to generate decentralized motion control of two mobile robots transporting a long object in coordination
Autor: Soares, Rui
Bicho, Estela
Data: 2002
Editora: IEEE
Relatório da Série N.º: Intelligent Robots and Systems
Resumo: Dynamical systems theory is used here as a theoretical language and tool to design a distributed control architecture for a team of two mobile robots that must transport a long object and simultaneously avoid obstacles. In this approach the level of modeling is at the level of behaviors. A “dynamics” of behavior is defined over a state space of behavioral variables (heading direction and path velocity). The environment is also modeled in these terms by representing task constraints as attractors (i.e. asymptotically stable states) or reppelers (i.e. unstable states) of behavioral dynamics. For each robot attractors and repellers are combined into a vector field that governs the behavior. The resulting dynamical systems that generate the behavior of the robots may be nonlinear. By design the systems are tuned so that the behavioral variables are always very close to one attractor. Thus the behavior of each robot is controled by a time series of asymptotically stable states. Computer simulations support the validity of our dynamic model architectures.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/4030
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