Visual Detection in Linked Multi-Component Robotic Systems

Visual Detection in Linked Multi-Component Robotic Systems

Jose Manuel Lopez-Guede (Basque Country University, Spain), Borja Fernandez-Gauna (Basque Country University, Spain), Ramon Moreno (Basque Country University, Spain) and Manuel Graña (Basque Country University, Spain)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4607-0.ch074
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Abstract

In this chapter, a system to identify the different elements of a Linked Multi-Component Robotic System (L-MCRS) is specified, designed, and implemented. A L-MCRS is composed of several independent robots and a linking element between them which provide a greater complexity to these systems. The identification system is used to model each component of the L-MCRS using very basic information about each of the individual components. So, different state models that have been used in several works of the literature that have been reviewed can be covered. The chapter explains the design of the system and shows its frontend. This work is the first step towards a realistic implementation of L-MCRS.
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Background

In this section we are going to introduce the Linked Multi-Component Robotic Systems (L-MCRS) through a short review of the literature that shows several works that have been done up to now.

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