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A New Method for a Micromouse to Find its Way Through a Maze Unaided

Author(s): Chutisant Kerdvibulvech, Andrew Junmee

Abstract: A Micromouse is a robot that is designed to find its way through any maze with a black line on a white map. The white map acts as a white background for the maze. Since its external environment is not known, the robot requires some intelligence or decision-making capabilities to find its way through the maze. Therefore, this paper covers on the “decision making algorithm”. It is an electro-mechanical robot that consists of 3 main sub systems: the drive system, an array of sensors, and the control system. This paper also covers algorithm and programming logic to solve the maze. Then gradually improves the algorithm to accurately solve the maze on a oneway path with extra intelligence. Our aim is to allow the Micro mouse to reach the end of the maze.

Keywords: robotic; maze; tracking; decision making; micromouse

Pages: 20-25

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