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On Efficiency of Adaptation Algorithms for Mobile Interfaces Navigation [chapter]

Vlado Glavinic, Sandi Ljubic, Mihael Kukec
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Simulation results thus obtained support the usage of adaptivity, which provides a valuable improvement in navigation efficiency within menu-based mobile interfaces.  ...  In this paper we analyze from a theoretical point of view the efficiency of the two adaptation approaches and related algorithms.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper describes the results of research being carried out within the project 036-0361994-1995 Universal Middleware Platform for e-Learning Systems, as well as within the program 036  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02710-9_34 fatcat:xzq454khkva6dglev5ljruljr4

Development of the Indoor Navigation System for Large Public Buildings

Meng LI, Hong-lin WANG
2017 DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering  
A navigation server is designed based on linux embedded system. And a client is developed on smart mobile devices.  ...  A modified real-time A* algorithm which introduces the time optimal index into the evaluation index is used to improve navigation efficiency.  ...  Development of the Application Software for Intelligent Devices Algorithms for Navigation Based on WLAN There are two main problems of navigation based on WLAN: the precision of the positioning based  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtcse/cece2017/14382 fatcat:ndojgitunjgjfkixng4iawddoi

ANNATTO: Adaptive Nearest Neighbor Queries in Travel Time Networks

Wei-Shinn Ku, R. Zimmermann, Haojun Wang, Trung Nguyen
2006 7th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM'06)  
The ANNATTO system includes the implementation of a globalbased adaptive nearest neighbor algorithm and a localbased greedy nearest neighbor algorithm that both utilize real-time traffic information to  ...  However, the final goal of a user when performing an NN search is often to travel to one of the search results.  ...  Adaptive NN queries are demonstrated by navigating mobile hosts to their destinations on the road network. • The adaptive NN query simulation module navigates user selected vehicles with either of our  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdm.2006.37 dblp:conf/mdm/KuZWN06 fatcat:sv3ji6vsi5a63l2erypkxswmwm

Analysis and Review of Average Fuzzy Inference Technique and Other AI Techniques Used for Robot Control and Navigation

Parhi Dayal R
2020 Current Trends in Computer Sciences & Applications  
In this paper application of average fuzzy inference technique has been analysed for navigation control of robotic agent.  ...  Also, the reviews of other AI techniques for control of robots are carried out.  ...  Genetic Algorithm [54-57] is one of the efficient AI technique for finding solutions for various engineering problems.  ... 
doi:10.32474/ctcsa.2020.02.000129 fatcat:za5nrkcvxjeyfdf5nf6fvjsoyy

Technical Analysis of Remote 3D Visualization on Mobile Devices

U.S. Junghare, V.M. Thakare, R.V. Dharaskar, S.S. Sherekar
2011 International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology (IJCSIT)  
Therefore to minimize the load of mobile devices there is use of server in case of remote 3D visualization on mobile devices (clients).  ...  For 3D visualization on mobile devices various techniques are used at server side as well as at mobile side for different purpose.  ...  To display dynamic content on mobile devices content adaptation is employed which uses page adaptation method.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcsit.2011.3608 fatcat:irbpctnrzvehvkye6mq5cfyqxe

A navigation system for increasing the autonomy and the security of powered wheelchairs

S. Fioretti, T. Leo, S. Longhi
2000 IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering  
A standardized protocol for the integration of input-output devices for robotic assistive systems is also used. The navigation module is tested on an powered wheelchair and an autonomous mobile base.  ...  A navigation module for technological aids for disabled user is presented. and acceptability y criteria are considered in the design of this module, Different AND Usability levels of autonomy for the navigation  ...  The algorithm used in this autonomy level is a simple adaptation of the on-line obstacle avoidance algorithm proposed in [8] for the navigation of an autonomous mobile robot used for helping disable people  ... 
doi:10.1109/86.895952 fatcat:apr3dmrjrnbv5jxmdgycxvlha4

An Approach for Migrating Legacy Applications to Mobile Interfaces [chapter]

Viviana Cajas, Matías Urbieta, Yves Rybarczyk, Gustavo Rossi, César Guevara
2019 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
Nevertheless, there are old applications, called legacies, without adaptation to mobile devices, because this adaptation or migration have a considerable cost in dependence of software scope.  ...  For that reason, some approaches try to solve this portabilization, generating certain improvements.  ...  For this reason, we propose to use Markov to obtain in the first instance the behavior model of the web application that allows generating a more efficient adaptation based on usability and accessibility  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-16181-1_86 fatcat:hbad7viworg7zjfoxvwdrlbmm4

Development of a Mobile Robot for Mine Exploration

Dmitry Topolsky, Irina Topolskaya, Iuliia Plaksina, Pavel Shaburov, Nikolay Yumagulov, Dmitry Fedorov, Elena Zvereva
2022 Processes  
This study focuses on aspects specific to adaptive mobile robotic systems. These include providing flexibility, high performance, the use of widely available element bases and others.  ...  When looking for ways to implement a robot, the emphasis is on an effective combination of hardware and software.  ...  Acknowledgments: The team of authors is very grateful to Oleg Morozov, who made an invaluable contribution to the creation of the robot prototype and the equipment used for the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/pr10050865 fatcat:duh2linfkjdmllppjpa7w5hphi

Model based reconfiguration of flexible production systems

Christos Gkournelos, Niki Kousi, Angelos Christos Bavelos, Sotiris Aivaliotis, Christos Giannoulis, George Michalos, Sotiris Makris
2019 Procedia CIRP  
This fact impedes an efficient comparison and choice of appropriate product family combinations for the production system.  ...  Indeed, most of the known methods aim to analyze a product or one product family on the physical level.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been partially funded by the EC research project "THOMAS -Mobile dual arm robotic workers with embedded cognition for hybrid and dynamically reconfigurable manufacturing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2020.01.042 fatcat:uj32puimkbanpgpcc2uur2kgwe

Intelligent behaviors for a convoy of indoor mobile robots operating in unknown environments

Nathan M. Farrington, Hoa G. Nguyen, Narek Pezeshkian, Douglas W. Gage
2004 Mobile Robots XVII  
These behaviors include various implementations of map building, localization, obstacle avoidance, object recognition, and navigation.  ...  The test system, developed by SSC San Diego, consists of ROBART III (a prototype security robot), serving as the master platform, and a convoy of four ActivMedia ® Pioneer 2-DX robots.  ...  We would like to acknowledge Chinh Nguyen for his incredible work on JMOCU and Composable FORCEnet. We would also like to thank Dionysus M.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.571527 dblp:conf/mr/FarringtonNP02 fatcat:vprul26kwbhh5hhjbnwamdavxi

Event-Based Control Strategy for Mobile Robots in Wireless Environments

Rafael Socas, Sebastián Dormido, Raquel Dormido, Ernesto Fabregas
2015 Sensors  
In this paper, a new event-based control strategy for mobile robots is presented.  ...  The solution has been checked over classical navigation algorithms, like wall following and obstacle avoidance, using scenarios with a unique or multiple robots.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s151229796 pmid:26633412 pmcid:PMC4721717 fatcat:ek5ofhxwuzcdnc3irhherz3hba

A camera-based interface for interaction with mobile handheld computers

Martin Hachet, Joachim Pouderoux, Pascal Guitton
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 symposium on Interactive 3D graphics and games - SI3D '05  
The position of the target is directly inferred from the color-codes that are printed on it using an efficient algorithm. The users can easily interact in realtime in a mobile setting.  ...  We used the interface in several test applications for the visualization of large images such as maps, the manipulation of 3D models, and the navigation in 3D scenes.  ...  Therefore, we designed an efficient and fast algorithm that can be directly computed on the handheld computers. The 3-DOF tracking of a single black pattern on a white target is simple to implement.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1053427.1053438 dblp:conf/si3d/HachetPG05 fatcat:q6t4umb6dnhkjkkubo5rqkv5xq

CLARAty: Challenges and Steps toward Reusable Robotic Software

Issa A.D. Nesnas, Reid Simmons, Daniel Gaines, Clayton Kunz, Antonio Diaz-Calderon, Tara Estlin, Richard Madison, John Guineau, Michael McHenry, I-Hsiang Shu, David Apfelbaum
2006 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
We base that on our experience in developing the CLARAty robotics software, which is a generic object-oriented framework used for the integration of new algorithms in the areas of motion control, vision  ...  CLARAty was adapted to a number of heterogeneous robots with different mechanisms and hardware control architectures.  ...  More fundamentally, however, navigation algorithms that were adapted to CLARAty all had to be extended to plan generically for different rovers.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5766 fatcat:jk6rnaaqnzdx3ppdxxndxt2pky

eHealthResp – mobile tool for upper respiratory clinical support: A co-design approach (Preprint)

João Moura, Ana Margarida Almeida, Fátima Roque, Adolfo Figueiras, Maria Teresa Herdeiro
2020 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
With 4 as the highest score, the interface scored a mean of 3.16 (SD 0.45; median of the means 3.2) for layout and visual design and a mean of 3.43 (SD 0.33; median of the means 3.51) for navigation and  ...  As a result, the study enabled us to produce a new tool for interface usability assessment and a set of recommendations for developing mobile interfaces for clinical decision support systems in the scope  ...  The main objective of this project is to develop and validate eHealth tools supporting clinical decision-making, focusing on serious public health issues of antibiotic consumption and resistance.  ... 
doi:10.2196/19194 pmid:33507153 fatcat:n5fes4al5vexrpvx34nc7q7qke

Efficient Office Assistant Robot System: Autonomous Navigation and Controlling Based on ROS

S. I. A. P. Diddeniya, W. K. I. L. Wanniarachchi, P. R. S. De Silva, N. C. Ganegoda
2019 International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies  
Our system comprised of three units: first one that process sensor data, second one which is the navigating robot having sensors and actuators, and third one controlling part of office assistant robot  ...  Results show that the robot has about 98.4% of accuracy of achieving the goal location on average in both lighting conditions and 98% and 98.8% of accuracies for bright and dark conditions respectively  ...  There are many algorithms built for above purposes. Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is one of these algorithms.  ... 
doi:10.4038/ijms.v6i1.93 fatcat:fjjrjd2ycngi5o6mdivrqsgxja
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