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DARS is now a well-established convention that gathers each years the most researchers in dispensed Robotics platforms. whether the sphere is growing to be, it's been maintained a one-track convention so that it will implement powerful exchanges among the most researchers within the box. It now a well-established culture to put up the most contributions as a e-book from Springer. There are already five books entitled "Distributed self sufficient robot structures" 1 to 5.
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Part II Emergence of Intelligence Through Mobility 45 Local Obstacle Avoidance with Reliable Goal Acquisition for Mobile Robots Chomchana Trevai^, Ryota Takemoto^, Yusuke Fukazawa^, J u n Ota^, and Tamio Arai^ The Univ. , Dept. of Precision Eng. Arai&Ota Lab. jp Summary. In this paper, we propose a method of obstacle avoidance and goal acquisition for mobile robots in unknown environments. We have modified the navigation method. Vector Field Histogram(VFH) by Borenstien et al. Our method. Sensor Based Vector Field Histogram(SBVFH), designs for more sensor-reactive method.
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Conf. 2121-2427, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2003. 11. B. P. Gerkey, R. T. Vaughan, and A. Howard, The Player/Stage Project: Tools for Multi-Robot and Distributed Sensor Systems, In Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Advanced Robotics(ICAR), pp. 317-323, Coimbra, Portugal, July 2003. 12. B. P. Gerkey, R. T. Vaughan, and K. St(/)y, A. Howard, M. J. Mataric and G. S. Sukhatme, Most Valuable Player: A Robot Device Server for Distributed Control. In Proc. of the lEEE/RSJ Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems(IROS),pp.