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By George P. Moustris and Spyros G. Tzafestas

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In this paper the path tracking problem for non-holonomic mobile robots is dealt with. The model used is known as the Dubins Car model. A robust fuzzy logic controller that steers the car to the appropriate direction is proposed. A technique called “spatial window technique ” which greatly increases the overall performance of the control scheme is also introduced. The simulations of this scheme show that the path following problem is treated very adequately and the noise tolerance of the overall system is high

Topics: Path tracking, fuzzy logic, non-holonomic robots
Year: 2016
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