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Dynamic automata for mobile robot learning

Ashdown, I. D. and Mitchell, R. J. (2005) Dynamic automata for mobile robot learning. In: Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Calgary.

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Abstract/Summary

Researchers at the University of Reading have developed over many years some simple mobile robots that explore an environment they perceive through simple ultrasonic sensors. Information from these sensors has allowed the robots to learn the simple task of moving around while avoiding dynamic obstacles using a static set of fuzzy automata, the choice of which has been criticised, due to its arbitrary nature. This paper considers how a dynamic set of automata can overcome this criticism. In addition, a new reinforcement learning function is outlined which is both scalable to different numbers and types of sensors. The innovations compare successfully with earlier work.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:14558
Uncontrolled Keywords:reinforcement learning, robotics
Additional Information:Proceedings Paper IASTED International Conference on Computational Intelligence JUL 04-06, 2005 Calgary, CANADA
Publisher:Acta Press

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