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  • Resource Utilization Prediction Model for SLAM Offload to Edge

    Koki Nagahama , Yoichi Ishiwata , Midori Sugaya

    Proceedings of Asia Pacific Conference on Robot IoT System Development and Platform (2020), 79-80, 2021-03-15

    IPSJ 

  • Dynamic Swarm Spatial Scaling for Mobile Sensing Cluster in a Noisy Environment

    Eiji Nii , Shoma Nishigami , Takamasa Kitanouma , Hiroyuki Yomo , Yasuhisa Takizawa

    Autonomous mobile devices, such as robots and unmanned aerial vehicles, as alternatives to humans, are expected to be applied to searching for and manipulating a variety of emergent events of which the location and number of occurrences are unknown. … When an autonomous mobile device searches for an event, it needs to sense a physical signal emitted by an event, such as radio waves, smell or temperature. …

    情報処理学会論文誌 62(2), 2021-02-15

    IPSJ 

  • Dynamic Swarm Spatial Scaling for Mobile Sensing Cluster in a Noisy Environment

    Nii Eiji , Nishigami Shoma , Kitanouma Takamasa , Yomo Hiroyuki , Takizawa Yasuhisa

    … <p>Autonomous mobile devices, such as robots and unmanned aerial vehicles, as alternatives to humans, are expected to be applied to searching for and manipulating a variety of emergent events of which the location and number of occurrences are unknown. … When an autonomous mobile device searches for an event, it needs to sense a physical signal emitted by an event, such as radio waves, smell or temperature. …

    Journal of Information Processing 29(0), 140-148, 2021

    J-STAGE 

  • Path Planning Based on Improved Hybrid A<sup>*</sup> Algorithm

    Tang Bijun , Hirota Kaoru , Wu Xiangdong , Dai Yaping , Jia Zhiyang

    … algorithm has been widely used in mobile robots to obtain paths that are collision-free and drivable. … algorithm for the autonomous ground vehicle.</p> …

    Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics 25(1), 64-72, 2021

    J-STAGE 

  • Optimal Randomized Complete Visibility on a Grid for Asynchronous Robots with Lights

    Sharma Gokarna , Vaidyanathan Ramachandran , Trahan Jerry L.

    … We consider the distributed setting of N autonomous mobile robots that operate in Look-Compute-Move (LCM) cycles and communicate with other robots using colored lights (the robots with lights model. … The Complete Visibility problem is to reposition N autonomous robots (starting at arbitrary, but distinct, initial positions) so that, on termination, each robot is visible to all others. …

    International Journal of Networking and Computing 11(1), 50-77, 2021

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  • GATHERING OF AUTONOUMOUS MOBILE ROBOTS WITH STATES  [in Japanese]

    亀田 勇気

    … We study Gathering problem for autonomous mobile robots in semi-synchronous setting and asynchronous setting with persistent memory called light. … It is known that Gathering is impossible when robots have no lights in basic common models if the system is even semi-synchronous and thus asynchronous. …

    法政大学大学院紀要. 理工学・工学研究科編 (61), 1-8, 2020-03-24

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  • Development of a Remote Control Waypoint Navigation System for JAUS Compliant Mobile Robots  [in Japanese]

    中村 亮太

    … Waypoint navigation is one of the fundamental and important functions of an autonomous mobile robot. … In waypoint navigation, when destination point and waypoints are determined, the mobile robot moves autonomously and safely without colliding with obstacles. … This study aims to propose a new waypoint navigation-based mobile robot that can change intermediate waypoints remotely during the waypoint navigation. …

    法政大学大学院紀要. 理工学・工学研究科編 (61), 1-6, 2020-03-24

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  • Utilization of the Alumni Community in the Development and Implementation of Autonomous Mobile Robots  [in Japanese]

    大久保 友幸 , 怒木 弘隆 , 小川 太輔 , 兼光 有沙 , 川合 隆太 , 日下部 忠之 , 森本 寛之

    産業技術大学院大学紀要 (14), 187-192, 2020

  • Necessary functions for autonomous mobile robots to plan a path when climbing up/down steps  [in Japanese]

    SUNOSE Mamoru , NAKAJIMA Shuro

    … <p>Recently, the technology of autonomous mobile robots has been actively researched and pratical use of it is expected in various mobility service fields. … In a human living space, if a mobile robot move autonomously, it has to recognize the surrounding enviroments and plan a path from the start to the goal. …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2020(0), J18116, 2020

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  • Arbitrary Trajectory Driving for Planar Leg/Wheel Mobile Robots using Distributed Model Predictive Control  [in Japanese]

    KANAI Daiki , NONAKA Kenichiro , SEKIGUCHI Kazuma

    … <p>Model predictive control (MPC) is an effective method for leg/wheel mobile robots to achieve advanced autonomous control in an extreme environment such as the Moon and the Mars. … In this paper, we verify the performance of a planar leg/wheel mobile robot using distributed model predictive control (DMPC) that utilizes multiple embedded CPUs. …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2020(0), J18104, 2020

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  • Application of deep reinforcement learning and nursing theory to patients nursing assistant system  [in Japanese]

    NAMBA Takaaki

    … Therefore, in this paper, we introduce a case that shows recommended intervention methods by applying deep reinforcement learning and conceptual models of nursing theory to recognition / judgment / control model installed in autonomous mobile assistive robots.</p> …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2020(0), J16302, 2020

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  • Examination of control method for sailing mobile robot  [in Japanese]

    TAKASHIMA Shohei , TAKAHASGHI Shun , NAGASE Ryo

    … <p>At the Department of Innovative Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, Chiba Institute of Technology, we are developing robots for realizing a new robot competition that moves autonomously in land, sea and air using renewable energy. … The sailing mobile robot controls the sail and rudder from the sensor output and calculates their appropriate angles to obtain the propulsion to the destination. …

    The Proceedings of Conference of Kanto Branch 2020(0), 17C12, 2020

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  • Mobile Robot Navigation in Unknown Environment Using Sign Symbols and Scan Data  [in Japanese]

    SHINOMIYA Yuhei , KUBO Daisuke , ISHIKAWA Kiichiro , AMANO Yoshiharu

    … <p>Localization and navigation are an important factor for autonomous mobile robots. …

    The Proceedings of Conference of Kanto Branch 2020(0), 17C06, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Collision avoidance based on prediction of collision with moving obstacles  [in Japanese]

    TAKAHASHI Kazuki , KURODA Yoji

    … <p>When a mobile robot moves in an environment where there are moving obstacles such as pedestrians and other robots, the robot is required to avoid collisions with these obstacles. …

    Transactions of the JSME (in Japanese) 86(892), 20-00102-20-00102, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Autonomous Mobile Robot for Outdoor Slope Using 2D LiDAR with Uniaxial Gimbal Mechanism

    Hara Shunya , Shimizu Toshihiko , Konishi Masanori , Yamamura Ryotaro , Ikemoto Shuhei

    … <p>The Nakanoshima Challenge is a contest for developing sophisticated navigation systems of robots for collecting garbage in outdoor public spaces. …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1173-1182, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Outdoor Autonomous Navigation Utilizing Proximity Points of 3D Pointcloud

    Tazaki Yuichi , Yokokohji Yasuyoshi

    … <p>In this paper, an autonomous navigation method that utilizes proximity points of 3D range data is proposed for use in mobile robots. … The proposed method was implemented in a real mobile robot system, and its performance was tested in an outdoor experiment conducted during Nakanoshima Challenge 2019.</p> …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1183-1192, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Rapid Development of a Mobile Robot for the Nakanoshima Challenge Using a Robot for Intelligent Environments

    Umetani Tomohiro , Kondo Yuya , Tokuda Takuma

    … <p>Automated mobile platforms are commonly used to provide services for people in an intelligent environment. … Data on the physical position of personal electronic devices or mobile robots are important for information services and robotic applications. … Therefore, automated mobile robots are required to reconstruct location data in surveillance tasks. …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1211-1218, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Tsukuba Challenge 2019: Task Settings and Experimental Results

    Hara Yoshitaka , Tomizawa Tetsuo , Date Hisashi , Kuroda Yoji , Tsubouchi Takashi

    … The Tsukuba Challenge is an experiment for autonomous navigation of mobile robots on public walkways. …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1104-1111, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Special Issue on Real World Robot Challenge in Tsukuba and Osaka

    Date Hisashi , Takubo Tomohito

    … <p>The Tsukuba Challenge is an open experiment of autonomous mobile robots in the real world. … New tasks that require functions expected for autonomous travel in the real world have now been added, including passing checkpoints announced a day before the event, starting two vehicles simultaneously, traveling in an unmeasured environment, and strictly observing stop lines in the course. …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1103-1103, 2020

    J-STAGE 

  • Prototyping Using a Mobile Robot Platform Equipped with Low-End In-Wheel Motors

    Tarao Susumu , Fujiwara Yasunori , Tsuda Naoaki , Takata Soichiro

    … <p>In the near future, autonomous mobile robots are expected to operate effectively in various locations, such as in living spaces as well as industrial establishments. … Against this background, a new autonomous mobile robot platform was designed and prototyped in this research. …

    Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 32(6), 1154-1163, 2020

    J-STAGE 

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