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A generalization of path following for mobile robots [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 1999)
Several authors have proposed some methods for applying path following in specific cases to mobile robots. When we try to extend the path following approach to the general problem several difficulties arise. We present a ...
A Path Following Control for Unicycle Robots [Article]
(John Wiley and Sons, 2001)
In this work we present a new path following control for unicycle robots that is applicable for almost all the possible desired paths and whose analysis is very straightforward. First we select the path following method ...
Hardware/software codesign of configurable fuzzy control systems [Article]
Fuzzy inference techniques are an attractive and well-established approach for solving control problems. This is mainly due to their inherent ability to obtain robust, low-cost controllers from the intuitive (and usually ...
Thing Complex Fuzzy Systems by Supervised Learning Algorithms [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2003)
Tuning a fuzzy system to meet a given set of inpuffoutput patterns is usually a difficult task that involves many parameters. This paper presents an study of different approaches that can be applied to perform this ...
An AER Contrast Retina with On-Chip Calibration [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
We present a contrast retina microchip that provides its output as an AER (Address Event Representation) stream. Contrast is computed as the ratio between pixel photocurrent and a local average between neighboring pixels ...
Fully Digital AER Convolution Chip for Vision Processing [Presentation]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2008)
We present a neuromorphic fully digital convolution microchip for Address Event Representation (AER) spike-based processing systems. This microchip computes 2-D convolutions with a programmable kernel in real time. It ...