Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles 1995: The 2nd IFAC Conference, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland, June 12-14, 1995

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The 64 papers report on widely applicable methods and technologies for developing machines that move with little or no human attention, and specific applications for such tasks operating in hostile environments, routine guarding and monitoring, searching for land mines, plastering walls and ceilings, space exploration, and perhaps even transporting the kids to school and mom to work. They consider vision and non- vision perception, route and motion planning, walking and climbing machines, localization and navigation, motion control, and multi-robot, and human-machine systems. No subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780080423661
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Series: IFAC Postprint Volume
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Pages: 416

Table of Contents

Vehicle Detection and Recognition in Greyscale Imagery 1
More Intelligence by Knowledge-Based Colour-Evaluation; Signal Light Recognition 7
Knowledge Based Real-Time Vision 13
A Global Road Scene Analysis System for Autonomous Vehicles 19
An All-Terrain Intelligent Autonomous Vehicle with Sensor Fusion Based Navigation Capabilities 25
Development in Digital Transducers for Vehicle Control and Telemetric Instrumentation 33
Autonomous Mobile Robot Navigation Using a Low-Cost Fibre Optic Gyroscope 39
On the Design and Prototyping of a Mobile Robot Control System 45
Path Planning by Intelligent Autonomous Robotic Vehicles with Growing World Models 53
Planning Optimal Paths in a Partially Unknown Environment 59
Planning for Reactive Control 65
Path Finding Problem and Information Support of Mobile Robots in Uncertainty 71
An Intelligent Supervisory Model for Path Planning and Guidance of Mobile Robots in Non-structured Environments 79
Planning and Behaviours - A Hybrid Architecture for Mobile Robots 85
Non-Holonomic Motion Planning Using Distance Field 91
A Robot-Task Planer for Mobile Robots 97
Mission Planning for an Autonomous Land Vehicle in an Uncertain Environment 103
Mobile Robots for Planetary Exploration 109
On the Gait Control of a Six-Legged Walking Machine 121
Implementing and Testing a Reasoning Based Free Gait Algorithm in the Six Legged Walking Machine "MECANT" 127
Six Degrees of Freedom Position and Posture Control for a Quadruped Robot 133
Motion Control of a Terrain-Adaptive Walking Robot 139
Mechatronics Structure of Wall Climbing Autonomous Vehicle 145
Energy Consumption of a Walking Machine. Model Estimations and Optimization 151
Mobile Robot for an Industrial Environment 157
On the Abnormal Operating Modes Management in a Transportation System 163
Map-Based Free Navigation for Autonomous Vehicles 169
Design of Navigation and Control for an AGV 175
Real Time Mobile Robot Localization by Using a Laser and a Geometric Map 181
Mobile Robot Navigation in Indoor Environments Using Highways and Off-Roads 187
An Evaluation of INS and GPS for Autonomous Navigation 193
Scene Recognition and Landmark Navigation for Road Vehicles 199
Development of an Autonomous Navigation System for an Outdoor Vehicle 205
Positioning an Autonomous Off-Road Vehicle by Using Fused DGPS and Inertial Navigation 211
Estimating a Position of Autonomous Vehicle Based on Projection Function 217
Neural Navigation Approach of an Autonomous Mobile Robot in a Partially Structured Environment 223
Localization System of the Hospital Transport Robot FIRST 229
Spatial Learning of an Autonomous Mobile Robot Using Model-Based Approach 253
Design of a Robust High Performance Fuzzy Path Tracker for Autonomous Vehicles 241
Robust Tracking and Parking Control Laws for Wheeled Autonomous Vehicles 247
Hierarchical Behavioural Control for Autonomous Vehicles 253
Lateral Vehicle Control for Automated Lane Following 259
Neural Speed Control for Autonomous Road Vehicles 265
Compensating the Tracking-Error of a Mobile Robot by On-Line Tuning of a Neural Network 271
"Progamming" by Teaching: Neural Network Control in the Manchester Mobile Robot 277
Road Direction Detection Based on Gabor Filters and Neural Networks 283
Robots for Anti-Personnel Mine Search 289
Navigation System for LHD Machines 295
An Autonomous Plastering Robot for Walls and Ceilings 301
Reliability and Safety for Mobile Robots in Hostile Environment 307
Dynamic Environment's Range Data Analysis by a Moving Observer 313
Motion and Structure from Significant Segments in Man Made Environments 319
Smart Serving of a Controllable Range Sensor for Target Tracking: Application to Pedestrians 325
Millimetre Wave Radar for Close Terrain Mapping of an Intelligent Autonomous Vehicle 331
Motion Control of Family Mobile Robots with Hierarchical Cooperative Behavior 337
Coordination of Mobile Robots by Estimating Relative Spatial and Temporal Uncertainties 343
An Intelligent Data Carrier System for Local Communication Between Cooperative Multiple Mobile Robots and Environment 349
Evolving of a Fitness Based Operation Strategy for a Robot Society 355
Robotics Control Station: From Teleoperation up to Mission Preparation 361
PILOT: A Language for Planning Mission 369
Telecommands for Remotely Operated Vehicles 375
Methodical Structuring of Knowledge Used in an Intelligent Driving System 381
Deciding the Behaviour of an Autonomous Mobile Road Vehicle 387
An Obstacle Avoidance Demonstrator: A Dedicated LAN System for Automotive Real-Time Applications (French Prometheus Pro-Chip Project) 393
A Real-Time On-Board System for Driver Assistance 399
Author Index 405
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