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Autonomous Mobile Robots in Nature: Transfer RNAs in Escherichia coli Bacteria
Transfer RNAs (tRNAs) are the smallest autonomous robots on earth. They can recognize a specific amino acid from the possible pool of 20 different amino acids. They are able to transport these protein building blocks to ...
Indoor Localization Schemes for Mobile Robots
Mobile robots have taken a major role in indoor environments where they are used to accomplish high risk tasks instead of human beings, for example in war circumstances, dangerous chemical interactions, etc. Localization ...
Mobile Robot Trajectory Tracking Using Neural Networks
This work primarily addresses the design and implementation of a neural network based controller for the trajectory tracking of a differential drive mobile robot. Two different neural network based tracking control algorithms ...
Improving INS/GPS Integration for Mobile Robotics Applications
As unmanned systems become more and more important, reliability and integrity issues become definite, specially when being implemented with low-cost (or sometimes are referred to as commercial-of-the shelf or COTS) sensors ...