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3. We designed the project so that the robot could not accept new commands while exe-
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cuting a current one. In real life this can be achieved by giving the user a message when trying to command the robot. However, it would be a lot more versatile if the robot could accept multiple commands. These commands can be placed in a queue and the robot can execute them one at a time. Modify the system to allow for this. 4. In Fig. 15.12 we developed a simulated transient obstacle and made the robot ash a warning beacon while waiting forever for the obstacle to go away. This is actually quite a satisfactory behavior in this type of application, but it would not be acceptable in other scenarios (e.g., mobile laboratory). Develop other ways the robot can be made to behave when obstacles are encountered and implement this new behavior.
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HINT:
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Refer to wall-following in Chap. 12.
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5. In the subroutines DockWithCharger in Fig. 15.14 we ensured that the robot faced
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north, then we reversed the robot until it docked with the station. However, we did not allow for slip while doing so. We assumed that the distance was short by ensuring the charge room node is close enough to the station. Develop other ways to make the docking procedure more slip resilient.
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HINT:
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See Chap. 13.
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6. In the subroutine GetTimeInSecs (Fig. 15.9) we start a stopwatch by saving the cur-
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rent time value in seconds and then subtracting it from a later time value in seconds. What may occur if the time happens to be 23:59:59 when we start the timer and we check the elapsed time say 30 seconds later Can you allow for this with a more robust subroutine
HINT: Thirty seconds later the time would be 00:00:29. How does this affect the new time value Check out the functions Date() and Timer(). Why is it that the use of the command Delay would not work
7. Study the commands Mwrite, MRead, WriteScr, and ReadScr in Sec. C.7. Can
you share your of ce plan and graph with other users without having to give them all the code that creates the of ce and graph Write modi cations to DrawOf ce and MapOf ce to allow for using an already created le. Also change them to allow for saving all the necessary arrays and screen.
Mwrite/WriteScr save your arrays and screen les to give them to a user who then uses MRead/ReadScr to recreate the arrays and screen without having to know the details of how they were created. The arrays of importance are Nodes[ ] and MapGraph[ ], also the counter NodesCount has to be recreated after reading the arrays from the les.
HINT:
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8. In the subroutine CheckObstacles in Fig. 15.12 we made the robot ash a beacon to
warn that it is being obstructed. The command Sound in RobotBASIC allows you to make a sound of a certain frequency for a certain duration using the speaker of the PC. Implement a siren sound along with the ashing beacon in the subroutine CheckObstacles. See App. C.
HINT:
Replace the two Delay commands with Sound commands, each with a different frequency.
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PA R T
GOING FURTHER
Part 4 explores the exciting elds of arti cial intelligence and adaptive control. We introduce some of the concepts and offer a thought-provoking program that creates a robot mimicking a living creature with biological needs. The program uses an interesting variation on adaptive behavioral control where there is no direct instruction to the robot as to where to seek satisfaction for its biological needs. Nevertheless, due to the use of the concept of learning and adapting through association, the robot soon learns how to seek a quick path to locations where it can satisfy its needs. Part 4 also shows how to translate the algorithms developed through simulation so they can execute on a real-world robot built with affordable parts from Parallax, Inc. and other vendors. We also show how to utilize Bluetooth transceivers to allow RobotBASIC programs running on a PC to communicate directly with and control real-world robots and other computers. One chapter discusses the issues involved in creating and participating in contests and proposes that RobotBASIC can provide an exciting new concept for contest organizers and contestants. Another chapter explores why using RobotBASIC and this book in the classroom can be of value for both the teacher and student during the teaching and learning processes.
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