IEEE Xploren: 2021 International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies (IDT)
Robot motion, Evolution (biology), Biological system modeling, Games, Physiology, Wave functions, Mathematical model
Paper presents a concept that is new to robotics education and social robotics. It is based on theatrical games, in motions for social robots and animatronic robots. Presented here motion model is based on Drift Differential Model from biology and Fokker-Planck equations. This model is used in various areas of science to describe many types of motion. The model was successfully verified on various simulated mobile robots and a motion game of three robots called "Mouse and Cheese."
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R. Venkatachalapathy et al. (2021). "Universal Biological Motions for Educational Robot Theatre and Games," 2021 International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies (IDT), pp. 162-170, doi: 10.1109/IDT52577.2021.9497592.