A mobile agents approach for searching robots virtual reality modeling and simulation

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Authors: Popirlan, C. and Dupac, M.

Editors: R.S. Alhajj

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Journal: Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Modelling and Simulation

Pages: 301-307

Publisher: ACTA Press

ISSN: 1021-8181

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Authors: Popirlan, C. and Dupac, M.

Journal: Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Modelling and Simulation

Pages: 301-307

ISSN: 1021-8181

This paper presents a mobile agents approach of searching robots in a virtual reality environment. The robots are programmed to perform objects searching in a virtual environment. A robot is defined as an autonomous agent (car-like robot) equipped with software (mobile agent) and sensors. When the required object is found, the mobile agent announce the end of the searching, and the robots return to the base. The interaction between the robot and the virtual reality environment is simulated, and the motion planning with obstacle avoidance (collision free) implemented and visualized.

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