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F. Reduced service mode It is the consequence of the deficiency of some elements of the perception device - transducer(s), motor, communication or processing means -. In this case sensor and robot cooperate for partially palliating the default V. MODE 2: PATTERN RECOGNITION FOR LOCALIZATION [4] [5] a) Classification of several primitives To perform localization the robot needs to estimate his position using the available landmarks. The sensor must propose classification of several landmarks and robot choose the best landmark to perform localization in the present situation Fig. 6 Landmarks b) High angular and distance resolutions Robot needs high measure accuracies to perform a good localization. Angular resolution is the characteristic which requires more improvement. A, solution consist of two transducers sufficiently spaced, cine of them emitter- receiver and the other receiver only. c) Robust discrimination of landmarks The performance of the localization is related to the good detection of the selected landmarks. The sensor must propose robust discrimination of landmarks in the sense that it is preferable that the sensor returns a no than a false recognition. If there is an anomaly, reduced service modes offer a service with a lower discrimination performance and a longer computing time VI. C ONCLUSIONS These devices prevent illumination of unoccupied spaces like public toilet. They are widely used for security purposes as well as Home security system, office security system and in robotics. Motion detectors have found great application in domestic and commercial applications. Some of these applications include motion-activated outdoor lighting systems, motion sensor street lamps and motion sensor lanterns. This circuit layout and design will give a better performance than electrical circuits and the programming code is too strong and the microcontroller and the operational amplifier has good performance output so the design is so standard and modern. A CKNOWLEDGMENT The authors are thankful to Dr. Md. Shajahan from Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh for helping in this designing. R EFERENCES [1] (2008) The Wikipedia website.[online]. Available: [2] ATmega32 /L Datasheet - Atmel”, Atmel Corporation, 2325 Orchard Parkway, San Jose, CA 95131, USA. [3] M. Benreguieg, P. Hoppenot, H. Maaref, E. Colle, C. Barret: "Fuzzy navigation Strategy: Application to bTwo Distinct Autonomous Mobile Robots I' Robotica Cambridge University Press. Vol. 15, pp 609-615, 1997 [4] M. Betke, L. Gurvits, "Mobile robot localization using landmarks", IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, Vol. 13, NO. 2, April 1997. [5] J Borenstein, Y Koren, "Real-time obstacle avoidance for fast mobile robot in cluttered environments", IEEE International Conference on Robotics and automation, 1990.
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