Fuzzy cooperation of autonomous robots
Área de conocimiento
Datos de la obra
IV International Symposium on Intelligent Robotic Systems, Julio, 1996, Lisboa, Portugal
In this paper a fuzzy interaction among robots in a group is presented as an alternative solution to the classical protocols used in architectures for the cooperation of robots. In order to achieve this goal, the integration of previous works carried out on fuzzy behaviors and on cooperative architectures at the Intelligent Agents Lab. (LAI) has been used. This cooperation/coordination protocol is necessary to successfully control a group of autonomous robots. The protocol will take into account the fuzzy controllers used in the design of the robots. Three diﬀerent fuzzy protocols have been considered and tested, both in a simulator and in real robots. The results of the experiments carried out and the conclusions obtained are presented.