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Heterogeneous implementation of an adaptive robotic sensing team
By: Papanikolopoulos, N.; Olson, C.; McMillen, C.; Drenner, A.; Jackson, B.; Goerke, D.; Pfeifer, A.; Burt, I.T.; Kratochvil, B.; Waletzko, D.; Stubbs, K.; Stoeter, S.A.;
2003 / IEEE / 0-7803-7736-2
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Heterogeneous implementation of an adaptive robotic sensing team ' When designing a mobile robotic team, an engineer is faced with many design choices. This paper discusses the design of a team consisting of two different models of robots with significantly different sensing and control capabilities intended to accomplish a similar task. Two new robotic platforms, the COTS Scout and the MegaScout are described along with their respective design considerations.
Materials Science And Technology
Robot Sensing Systems
Mobile Robotic Team
Adaptive Robotic Sensing Team