TITLE

EN YAKIN KOMŞU SEZGİSELİ YAKLAŞIMI İLE MARKET TABANLI GÖREV DAĞITIMI

AUTHOR(S)
GÜREL, Uğur; PARLAKTUNA, Osman; ADAR, Nihat; CANBEK, Selçuk
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Anadolu University of Sciences & Technology - A: Applied Science;2013, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p173
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
One of the main subjects that is studied in multi-robot applications is allocating tasks to robots and constructing objective-efficient tours for the robots using these allocated tasks. The main purpose of this paper is to allocate tasks via market-based task allocation architecture and to construct collision-free routes for multi-robot systems in a known indoor environment. For task allocation, a market-based architecture is constructed and applied to an example of a team of four heterogeneous mobile robots. In the study, tasks are allocated according to one of two constraints: minimizing the makespan of the robots and maximizing the robot task matching value of each robot in the group. These constraints are achieved by changing the value of a decision parameter. To show the effectiveness of the proposed method, comparisons are made within these constraints. To construct path, a combination of the Nearest Neighbor heuristic and Dijkstra's shortest path algorithms is used. To construct non-conflicting paths, a method that detects and solves collisions is developed. In the study, for agent communication Open Agent Architecture is used. Additionally, simulations on the MobileSim platform are conducted to verify the feasibility of the proposed method.
ACCESSION #
92699654

 

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