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245 00 Safe robot navigation among moving and steady obstacles
       |h[electronic resource] /|cAlexey S. Matveev ... [et al.] 
260    Oxford, UK :|bButterworth Heinemann,|cc2015 
300    1 online resource 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    Safe Robot Navigation Among Moving and Steady Obstacles is
       the first book to focus on reactive navigation algorithms 
       in unknown dynamic environments with moving and steady 
       obstacles. The first three chapters provide introduction 
       and background on sliding mode control theory, sensor 
       models, and vehicle kinematics. Chapter 4 deals with the 
       problem of optimal navigation in the presence of 
       obstacles. Chapter 5 discusses the problem of reactively 
       navigating. In Chapter 6, border patrolling algorithms are
       applied to a more general problem of reactively 
       navigating. A method for guidance of a Dubins-like mobile 
       robot is presented in Chapter 7. Chapter 8 introduces and 
       studies a simple biologically-inspired strategy for 
       navigation a Dubins-car. Chapter 9 deals with a hard 
       scenario where the environment of operation is cluttered 
       with obstacles that may undergo arbitrary motions, 
       including rotations and deformations. Chapter 10 presents 
       a novel reactive algorithm for collision free navigation 
       of a nonholonomic robot in unknown complex dynamic 
       environments with moving obstacles. Chapter 11 introduces 
       and examines a novel purely reactive algorithm to navigate
       a planar mobile robot in densely cluttered environments 
       with unpredictably moving and deforming obstacles. Chapter
       12 considers a multiple robot scenario. For the Control 
       and Automation Engineer, this book offers accessible and 
       precise development of important mathematical models and 
       results. All the presented results have mathematically 
       rigorous proofs. On the other hand, the Engineer in 
       Industry can benefit by the experiments with real robots 
       such as Pioneer robots, autonomous wheelchairs and 
       autonomous mobile hospital 
650  0 Mobile robots|xNavigation 
650  0 Autonomous robots 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Matveev, Alexey S 
856 40 |uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780128037300