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|Title:||Odor source localization using multiple robots in complicated city-like environments|
|Citation:||Advanced Materials Research, 2011; 291-294:3337-3344|
|Publisher:||Trans Tech Publications|
|Zhen Zhang Liu, Yi Jun Wang, Tien Fu Lu|
|Abstract:||The detection of a dangerous emission source location has the potential to be enhanced by using plume-tracing mobile robots, without endangering human life during the detection and source localization process. So far, many researchers focus on odor source localization in simple & laboratory based environments. The present study focuses on more real life odor source localization scenarios. In this study, multiple robots were used and coordinated by a supervisory program to locate an odor source in complicated city-like environments. A series of simulations has been conducted and the results demonstrated the potential of the supervisory program to effectively control a number of robots to locate a dangerous odor source in real life scenarios.|
|Keywords:||Plume Tracing; Odor Source Localization; Supervisory Approach; Mobile Robot|
|Rights:||© (2011) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
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