48180Re: [SeattleRobotics] Need Help
- Jan 16, 2014Hello!kindly , I am working on my project which about navigation of mobile robot in Unknown Environment Using Improved artificial potential field method and I faced difficulty in how can I design a controller (PID or Fuzzy doesn't matter) for artificial potential field method in matlab simulation , so please can anyone help with any useful thing because I really in trouble since 10 months because I didn’t find any solution, I will be grateful for you .I had not seen the improved artificial potential field method, so searched for papers about it -- it looks quite interesting! For others, here is an example:
So, the issue you have is with implementing the controller, not with using the improved artificial potential field method? I wonder if the simulator developed at Georgia Tech for their robotics courses would be of use -- it is written in Matlab:
http://gritslab.gatech.edu/home/Because this is used for teaching, some modules may be omitted in order to allow students to implement them as homework assignments -- I have not checked whether that is the case. But even if so, there are likely reference implementations. It may be worth contacting Dr. Egerstedt or Dr. de la Croix -- contact information is linked from here: http://gritslab.gatech.edu/home/people/
By coincidence, the course that the above simulator is used in is about to start a session, on Jan 20. This is Control of Mobile Robots, and is offered through Coursera:
https://www.coursera.org/course/conrobAnother simulator option might be USARsim -- this is not written in Matlab, however.
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