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Journal of Intelligent Computing

Mobile Robot Guidance and Control Systems using Fixed Potentials
Vesna Antoska-Knights, Zoran Gacovski, Stojce Deskovski
Faculty of Technol. and Technic. Sciences – Veles, MK., European University-Skopje, MK ., Technical Faculty-Bitola, MK
Abstract: By using the potential field system, we have studied the mobile robot guidance and control system with simulation. For this process, we have assigned the environment with fixed potentials using the aim we have fixed. We then used a potential field method that is fixed the goal pint fixed repulsion points. It helped to move with many obstacles configuration and it helps to overcome the minimum occurrence.
Keywords: Mobile Robot Guidance, Obstacle avoidance, Potential Field Method Mobile Robot Guidance and Control Systems using Fixed Potentials
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