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//============================================================= //--- Subroutine GotoPoint //--- Inputs : x,y //--- Outputs : none //--- Calls To: CheckObstacles //--//--- this routine turns the robot towards a beacon //--- and then moves the robot there. If there is an object //--- in the way it waits until the obstacles moves away and //--- then resumes moving. The routine will continue to try to //--- move and turn towards the beacon until it gets there //--- regardless of errors that may occur due to slip.. //------------------------------------------------------------GotoPoint: circle x-5,y-5,x+5,y+5,BcnClr,BcnClr //turn beacon on while true dA = 0 if not rBeacon(BcnClr) for dA = -90 to 90 if rLook(dA) = BcnClr then break next dA = dA+sign(dA)*2 Endif rTurn dA if within(rBeacon(BcnClr),1,10) then break gosub CheckObstacles If not Obstructed then rForward 1 wend circle x-5,y-5,x+5,y+5,white,white //turn beacon off rForward RobotSize+15 Return //============================================================= //============================================================= //--- Subroutine DockWithCharger //--- Inputs : NodesCount,ChargeDelay //--- Outputs : none //--- Calls To: MoveToRoom //--//--- makes the robot move to the charge room. Once there it //--- turns around and docks with the charging station with //--- its back. The routine guarantees a North heading by //--- continuing to orient itself toward the beacon at the //--- door of the charging station room. //------------------------------------------------------------DockWithCharger: GoalNode = NodesCount-1 gosub MoveToRoom x = Nodes[GoalNode-1,1] y = Nodes[GoalNode-1,2] circle x-5,y-5,x+5,y+5,BcnClr,BcnClr //turn beacon on while not rBeacon(BcnClr) rturn 1 wend circle x-5,y-5,x+5,y+5,white,white //turn beacon off rturn 4 //turn to the center of the beacon while not (rBumper()&1) rForward -1 wend delay ChargeDelay rCharge 100 Return //=============================================================
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Counteracting slip using beacons.
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making the robot follow lines to counteract any slip and the need for using a GPS. This is de nitely achievable and with some encoding at each node, the robot can always know at which node it is, and thus be able to navigate around the of ce. However, a line on the oor of the of ce may not be desirable. One way to resolve this is to have an electric wire in the oor that replaces the visible line, or a line painted with invisible paint that can only be seen by specialized sensors. The ideas presented in this chapter are aimed at achieving a realistic project but also at invoking a thought process for tackling limitations in hardware and how to counteract these limitations with software. The design process is a very important step in achieving a versatile robust system that can be easily modi ed, and adapted to various environments. You saw how the overall project needed only minor changes and/or additions to be able to handle quite disparate hardware limitations. With a little effort up front you can save major headaches later in the lifespan of the project.
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In this chapter you have: Learned how to design an ambitious project using all the tools and skills developed in this book. Explored various strategies for achieving the same objective with varied hardware limitations. Seen how software can be used to circumvent the physical limitations of the robot. Learned how the rSlip command can add realism to a simulation. Seen how specialized commands can be used to achieve a nice GUI. Seen the value of commenting and annotating your code to make it reusable and supportable by others. Learned how using a database of information can be a more versatile means of de ning a system than hard coding cryptic information.
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Now, try to do the exercises in the next section. If you have dif culty read the hints.
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15.6 Exercises
1. You saw how in Fig. 15.14 the robot could command beacons to turn on and off. In
the project of this chapter we assumed the doors were either open or would open automatically when the robot approaches. Modify the code to make simulated doors open and close based on commands from the robot. 2. When we designed the network of nodes we made each room have a node inside the room and a node at the door. If you give each room multiple nodes the robot would be able to reach more spots in the room. Change the subroutine MapOf ce to have more nodes in all or some rooms and then change ChooseRoom to allow the user to choose these new locations. This could be useful if, for example, there are several people sharing an of ce and you want the robot to deliver a package to one of them.
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