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Research on the Calibration Method for the Heading Errors of Mobile Robot Based on Evolutionary Neural Network Prediction.

DOI: 10.1007/11427469_42 Conference: Advances in Neural Networks - ISNN 2005, Second International Symposium on Neural Networks, Chongqing, China, May 30 - June 1, 2005, Proceedings, Part III
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ABSTRACT Fiber optic gyros (FOG) is the important sensor for measuring the heading of mobile robot. Combined with measured data of
E-Core RD1100 interferometric FOG made by American KVH company, the paper analyses the common calibration for the heading
errors of mobile robot caused by the drift of FOG, and uses the method of evolutionary neural networks prediction to compensate
it. By the experiments of mobile robot prototype, the paper also proves this method can reduce the error influence of FOG
on the heading of mobile robot and enhance the localization precision of mobile robot navigation.

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