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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 ...
Multi-Robot Map Exploration Based on Multiple Rapidly-Exploring Randomized Trees
Efficient robotic navigation requires a predefined map. In order to autonomously acquire a map, it is desired that robots have the ability to explore unknown environments with minimum cost and time, while ensuring complete ...
Autonomous Robot Navigation Based On Recurrent Neural Networks
The main objective of this research is to present a reactive navigation algorithm for wheeled mobile robots under non-holonomic constraints and in unknown environments. Two techniques are proposed: a geometrical based ...