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11.3.3 USING GPS GRIDS In the algorithms above we tried to minimize time spent over previously covered areas and we employed randomness and some programming techniques to do so. Nevertheless, the robot did spend a lot of its time over previously visited areas. The possibility of this happening becomes progressively higher as more of the area is covered. This means that an increasing percentage of the robot s time is wasted and battery utilization becomes less ef cient. One way to alleviate this problem is to employ multiple robots and assign each a smaller area. However, this would be expensive in hardware. Another way is to use the same robot but divide the entire area into grids. The robot then sweeps each grid in turn, moving from one grid to another after it has nished the work for the one it is currently in. The grid system does not need to be delineated by any kind of physical devices or barriers. Rather, it would be a set of coordinates saved in the robot s memory. The robot would use its GPS (or LPS) to decide how to navigate from one grid to another and which grids still require visiting. The problem of nding the battery charger when needed would become trivial, since the robot can be given the coordinates of the charging station. Another approach is to divide the area into small square grids delimited by RFIDs (radio frequency identi cation devices). The robot can then note in its memory that it is within grid N and know that this grid has or has not been vacuumed. Also the robot can have a preplanned procedure for how to move among the grids. RobotBASIC s rSense() function (line sensors) can be used to simulate RFID detectors. 11.3.4 A REALITY CHECK The algorithms in this chapter are experiments and not real solutions. Robots that mow and vacuum are on the frontiers of technology. Certainly, they are a very good idea, but in a real home or of ce environment there are numerous obstacles that can hinder any robot from effectively vacuuming the oor. In lawn mowing we have not considered safety issues such as children or animals running in front of the robot. We did not consider the issues of a steep sloped garden, nor gardens with pathways. There are a multitude of issues to consider in a real world robot that has to tackle such tasks. Some of these problems may be very hard to resolve, but the ideas in this chapter and the simulator can be used to experiment with possibilities.
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In this chapter you have learned: How to combine routines and methodologies from previous chapters to allow the robot to perform useful work. How the rPen feature can be used to provide visual feedback on the effectiveness of an algorithm. You have also seen how the pen can be used to simulate further functionalities.
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How the utilization of randomization can improve the effectiveness of algorithms. How the DrawShape command can be used to easily draw complex objects on the screen. Further uses of arrays and the Data command. Now, try to do the exercises in the next section. If you have dif culty read the hints.
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1. In the algorithm of Sec. 11.1 we did not implement wall following. Add wall-following
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See Sec. 11.2.
2. The wall-following subroutine in Fig. 11.6 uses the rFeel() function to sense the
walls. This causes the robot to stay further away from the walls than might be desirable in this application. In Chap. 8 (Sec. 8.4) the rRange(ExprN) function was used to control the distance from the wall. Change the WallFollow subroutine in this chapter to use the one in Fig. 8.8 of Chap. 8.
HINT: Remember you will need to use a method to abort wall-following once the robot has gone around the object.
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