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A neural network operated vision-guided mobile robot arm for docking and reaching

Jeremy R. Cooperstock

A neural network operated vision-guided mobile robot arm for docking and reaching

by Jeremy R. Cooperstock

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche : negative.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14909826M
ISBN 100315739797
OCLC/WorldCa30070744

  In this video, we show several docking tests of our Scitos G3 robot as part of longterm trials in the CompanionAble project. The robot autonomously drives to a place in front of the docking . View Jeremy Cooperstock’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Thesis: "Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching." Advisor: Prof. E. Milios. permits near-simultaneous network Title: Professor at McGill University.

J. Cooperstock, E. Milios: ``A Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching'', Technical Report RBCV-TR, March , University of Toronto, Research in . Yetişenler Ç and Özkurt A Multiple robot path planning for robot soccer Proceedings of the 14th Turkish conference on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, () Lebedev D, Steil J and Ritter H () The dynamic wave expansion neural network model for robot motion planning in time-varying environments, Neural Networks.

Neural Networks for Mobile Robot Navigation [closed] Ask Question Asked 8 years, 3 months ago. When designing mobile robot navigation using Artificial Neural Networks - there is a preference to use Back Propagation Methods instead of Feed Forward Methods, Why? neural-network .   Two people with long-standing tetraplegia use neural interface system-based control of a robotic arm to perform three-dimensional reach and grasp movements. John Donoghue and .


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A neural network operated vision-guided mobile robot arm for docking and reaching by Jeremy R. Cooperstock Download PDF EPUB FB2

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A robotic system using simple visual processing and controlled by neural networks is described. The robot performs docking. Jeremy R. Cooperstock and Evangelos E. Millos, A neu- ral network operated vision-guided mobile robot arm for docking and reaching, Technical Report RBCV TRUniversity of Toronto, [5]Cited by: A robotic system using simple visual processing and controlled by neural networks is described.

The robot performs docking and target reaching without prior geometric calibration of its components. All effects of control signals on the robot Author: Jeremy R. Cooperstock and Evangelos E. Milios. A Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching by Jeremy R.

Cooperstock, Evangelos E. Milios, A robotic system using simple visual processing and controlled by neural networks. Thesis: \Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching." Advisor: Prof. Milios. Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering Option, University of.

Figure 1: A mobile robot in a starting configuration away from the target object, and the required position and orientation for docking. In most cases, for docking it is essential that robot motion be controlled carefully while there is a danger of collision (i.e., the robot.

This extended model uses neural vision and reinforcement learning as a solution for robotic docking, which moves the PeopleBot robot toward a table so that it can grasp an object.

In this paper we introduce a neural networks-based approach for planning collision-free paths among known stationary obstacles in structured environment for a robot Janglová, D.

/ Neural Networks in Mobile Robot Motion, pp.Inernational Journal of Advanced Robotic. They present the neural network component of the vision-guided mobile robot navigation system called NEURO-NAV and deal with how visual information is processed and how neural networks are used.

Visual Gesture-based Robot Guidance with a Modular Neural System is even more important than the classification rate. The localization accuracy is calculated by measuring the pixel distance between the centers determined manu­ ally on the original image and as the center of mass in the image obtained after application of the neural network.

Robotic Grasping of Novel Objects using Vision Ashutosh Saxena, Justin Driemeyer, Andrew Y. Ng Computer Science Department Stanford University, Stanford, CA. If you want to start with neural networks, I would vote to start with image recognition, or basic numerical problem solving, all of which can be done in software, without the need for mechanics.

If you want to test a neural network on a robot, I would vote to take an existing robot platform (can be an arm. The wake-sleep algorithm for unsupervised neural networks. Science, –, CrossRef Google W. Klarquist, and R.

Murphy. Vision-guided heterogeneous mobile robot docking. In Sensor Fusion and Decentralized Robot Docking with Neural Vision and Cited by: Thesis: \Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching." Advisor: Prof.

Milios. Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering Option, University of File Size: KB. Kozakiewicz C., Ogiso T., MiyakN, (), " Partitioned Neural Network for Inverse Kinematic Calculation of a 6 dof Robot Ma- nipulator' Proceedings IEEE INNS Mandel, K.

and N. Duffie (), "On-line compensation of mobile robot docking Cited by: 1. This video shows a novel unsupervised learning algorithm building and training an artificial neural network which is controller a mobile robot simulator.

More Articles. Fast command-line navigation, automatic bookmarking, and referencing using fasd Review of Ioffe, Szegedy “Batch Normalization: Accelerating Deep Network Training by Reducing Internal. T. Martinetz, H.

Ritter, and K. Schulten. Three-dimensional neural net for learning visuomotor coordination of a robot arm. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 1(1)–, Cited by: Jeremy Cooperstock, ``A Neural Network Operated Vision-Guided Mobile Robot Arm for Docking and Reaching'', completed on Janu Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.

and fast method for intelligent control of a mobile robot in static and dynamic environments, using a neural network with a backpropagation learning algorithm based on function approximation. There are various types of neural networks [10,11]: Hop eld neural networks, recurrent neural networks, feedforward neural networks Cited by: 7.

Abstract—in this present work we propose a neural network based navigation for intelligent autonomous mobile robots. Indeed, Neural Networks deal with cognitive tasks such as learning, adaptation Cited by: 7.this paper uses a neural network to obtain such functions directly using data acquired from a robot.

Finally, a wide range of previous work has also used neural networks to con-trol robotic motion. Lewis et al. [7] show how neural networks can be used to approximate nonlinearities in the robot.neural network that learns the inverse kinematics of a robot arm has been employed by many researchers.

However, the inverse kinematics system of typical robot arms with joint limits is a multi-valued and discontinuous function. Since it is difficult for a well-known multi-layer neural network .