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Experiments with a Behavior-Based Robot

  • Barnali Das
  • Dip Narayan Ray
  • Somajyoti Majumder
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 142)

Abstract

Behavior based robot up lifted today’s science into a glorious position of progression. The essence of behavior based robotics is to develop robotic systems which can exhibit behaviors normally found in the nature. This paper is focused on a methodology to model the control architecture that optimizes the behavior rules using Subsumption architecture, the logical representation, the experimental result and the simulation result of the system. The results were very promising and the knowledge gathered will be used to develop an upgraded version of this system. This work concludes the significance of Subsumption Architecture and Hybrid Architecture for navigation of behavior-based autonomous robots.

Keywords

Behavior-based system Subsumption architecture Control model robot intelligence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Barnali Das
    • 1
  • Dip Narayan Ray
    • 2
  • Somajyoti Majumder
    • 2
  1. 1.B.I.E.T.BirbhumIndia
  2. 2.C.M.E.R.I.DurgapurIndia

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