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Analysis of Rotational Motion of Skid Steering Mobile Robot using Marker and Camera
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Rotational Motion of Skid Steering Mobile Robot using Marker and Camera
Ha, Jong-Eun;
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 Abstract
This paper deals with analysis of the characteristics of mobile robot`s motion by automatic detection of markers on a robot using a camera. Analysis of motion behaviors according to parameters is important in developing control algorithm for robot operation or autonomous navigation. For this purpose, we use four chessboard patterns on the robot. Their location on the robot is adjusted to be on single plane. Homography is used to compute the actual amount of movement of the robot. Presented method is tested using P3-AT robot and it gives reliable results.
 Keywords
Mobile Robot;Motion Monitoring;Plane Homography;Robot Vision;
 Language
Korean
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