Chapter 10

Implementation of Chaotic Behavior on a Fire Fighting Robot

Magda J.M. Tavera, Omar Lengerke and Max Suell Dutra

Abstract

The fire fighting monitoring work is a case study where the chaotic control could minimize human, material and environmental injuries. In this paper, we proposed a chaotic control for a mobile robot, in order to do a further inspection in regular spaces, moving it through time with non determinate trajectories. A chaotic nature in the mobile vehicle is added, putting together kinematics with non linear equations such as Arnold and Lorenz, in the same system.

Total Pages: 170-182 (13)

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