Optimization of Circular Robot Size Using Behavior Based Architecture
Keywords:Behaviour Base Architencture, Circular Mobile Robot, Differential Drive, Dimension Optimization,
AbstractThis study discusses the attempt to optimize the circular robot dimension with the planned robot work area. This research is necessary because for building robot it faced problem in determine of size, load, resource and flexibility of the robot movement maneuver. This optimization supports to make robots work effectively. The robot movement uses differential drive principle and implements a behavior-based architecture. The proposed model is tested on robots that have several different dimensions in wall following behavior and obstacle avoiding behavior. Each robot is designed in a circular shape with the distance between wheels of the robot has a diverse diameter. It is hoped that this research will make it easier for the robot designers to optimize the process of building an effective robot. Generally, based on several experiments have been performed, the robots are able to perform their work completely. The optimal dimension of the robot diameter has a ratio of 0.8 compared to the minimum width of the robot area.
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