Sliding Mode Based Behavior Control
In this work, we suggested a new approach for the
control of a mobile robot capable of being a building block of an
intelligent agent. This approach includes obstacle avoidance and goal
tracking implemented as two different sliding mode controllers. A
geometry based behavior arbitration is proposed for fusing the two
outputs. Proposed structure is tested on simulations and real robot.
Results have confirmed the high performance of the method.
Autonomous Mobile Robot, Behavior Based Control, Fast Local Obstacle Avoidance, Sliding Mode Control.