Cooperative Autonomous Cleaning is a simple challenge that can be implemented with the help of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCM) by simulating the actual thinking process of the human. The human mind organizes its thoughts in priorities and this feature could be exploited well if a priori knowledge of the system exists. This technique has been attempted here for a DARS.
H. Subramanian and C. H. Dagli, "Cooperative Cleaning for Distributed Autonomous Robot Systems Using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps," Proceedings of the International Conference of the North American, 2003, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2003.
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Keywords and Phrases
DARS; FCM; Cleaning; Cognitive Systems; Cooperative Autonomous Cleaning; Decision Making; Distributed Autonomous Robot Systems; Fuzzy Cognitive Maps; Fuzzy Logic; Human Mind; Human Thinking Process; Knowledge Acquisition; Mobile Robots; Position Control
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