Journal of Robotics, Networking and Artificial Life

Volume 8, Issue 4, March 2022
Research Article

2. A Mathematical Model of Tritrophic Systems

Yasuhiro Suzuki
Pages: 241 - 244
Lotoka–Volterra, LV equations are to model predator–prey problem. In principle, the LV equations are belongs to a two-person system. Even if there are many-body, it is structurally in two-body, i.e., with three or more predators and a prey. On the other hand, chemical ecology has shown that plants damaged...
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3. Analysis and Stability Control of a Novel 5D Hyperchaotic System

Hong Niu
Pages: 245 - 248
In this paper, a novel Five-Dimensional (5D) autonomous hyperchaotic system is presented, and the characteristics of the 5D system are given in brief. For stability control of the 5D hyperchaotic system, a linear feedback controller and its simplification are designed via the Lyapunov stability theory,...
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4. Design of an Intelligent Vehicle Environment Monitoring System based on WiFi

Yuqi Yan
Pages: 249 - 252
The internal environment of the vehicle affects the driver’s state to a certain extent, so it is necessary to design an intelligent vehicle internal environment monitoring system. In this paper, a STM32F103 single-chip microcomputer is used as the core controller, which integrates multiple sensors including...
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5. Cognitive Biases as a Clue to Creating Diversified Stories

Jun Nakamura
Pages: 253 - 258
A wide variety of stories can be created from the same material. The author asked several teams to create stories, focusing on cognitive biases. As expected, a variety of stories were created by each team, and cognitive biases were identified in the process of creating them. In other words, if it is...
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6. Automated Seeding and Irrigation System using Arduino

Anirban Kumar, Heshalini Rajagopal
Pages: 259 - 262
Malaysia, has a very conducive environment for agriculture. Six percent of the population are employed to some of the agriculture activities making agriculture the most curtail industry in Malaysia. Hence, there is a need to develop the agricultural facilities by incorporating latest technological advancements....
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7. HaptWarp: Implementation of Bend, Twist, and Press Manipulations for Intuitive Interaction in between the Virtual and Physical World

Lee Jen Tun, R.P.C. Janaka Rajapakse, Kazunori Miyata
Pages: 263 - 268
In virtual reality applications, such as games and training, the use of two-handed controllers to interact with virtual objects is usually supported. To reproduce the interactive sensation of holding objects of various shapes and behaviors with both hands, previous researchers have used mechanical connections...
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8. Study on Evaluating the EMI Filter for Electronic Communication Fans

Ching-Chun Chuang, Chih-Chiang Hua, Chung-Wen Hung, Chun-Jen Yao
Pages: 269 - 272
An electronically commutated fan has a complex digital control mode compared to the conventional alternating current fans. Since a serious electromagnetic compatibility situation occurs in the electronic commutation fan system, the filter circuit and mechanical design of a fan system are very important....
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9. A design of Intelligent Public Trash Can based on Machine Vision and Auxiliary Sensors

Longyu Gao, Fengzhi Dai, Zhiqing Xiao, Jiangyu Wu, Zilong Liu
Pages: 273 - 277
To improve the accuracy of front-end recognition in the garbage classification process, the recognition accuracy of the automatic garbage classification system designed based on machine vision is significantly higher than that of the traditional smart garbage can. However, the recognition accuracy rate...
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10. Fuzzy Theory-based Air Valve Control for Auto-Score-Recognition Soprano Recorder Machines

Chun-Chieh Wang
Pages: 278 - 283
In the past research, there are many disadvantages to score recognition and flute performance. In view of this, we will improve the above disadvantages in this article. First, for the music score recognition, a y-axis projection method is used to detect the staff position and eliminate it to replace...
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11. Tracking Control of Mobile Robots based on Rhombic Input Constraints

Kai Gong, Yingmin Jia, Yuxin Jia
Pages: 284 - 288
This paper focuses on the trajectory tracking control algorithm for Differential Wheeled Mobile Robots (DWMRs) based on rhombic input constraints. The kinematics and dynamics model of DWMRs are established, and vector analysis method is used to design the controller when the linear velocity and angular...
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12. Effects of Mixing Low-frequency Waves - Deep Micro Vibrotactile with Sounds

Yasuhiro Suzuki
Pages: 289 - 292
Little is known about the role of low-frequency components in sound. The case of a 40 Hz sine wave mixed with music or sounds were investigated. We confirmed that autocorrelation structures arise when the amplitude of mixed 40 Hz sine waves is large. The frequency spectrum analysis shows the presence...
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13. A Fundamental Study on Control of CG Character using Brain Wave Discrimination

Makoto Sakamoto, Kenji Sakoma, Taketo Kamasaka, Kodai Miyamoto, Amane Takei, Tsutomu Ito, Takao Ito
Pages: 293 - 297
Virtual Reality (VR) has grown with the development of computer Graphics (CG). In recent years, VR technology is expected to develop in various fields such as medical, welfare, education, training, tourism, business, entertainment, and so on. This paper aims at intuitive operation by focusing on troublesome...
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14. Tuning Suitable Features Selection using Mixed Waste Classification Accuracy

Hassan Mehmood Khan, Norrima Mokhtar, Heshalini Rajagopal, Anis Salwa Mohd Khairuddin, Wan Amirul Bin Wan Mohd Mahiyidin, Noraisyah Mohamed Shah, Raveendran Paramesran
Pages: 298 - 303
Classification accuracy can be used as method to tune suitable features. Some features can be mistakenly selected hence derailed the classification accuracy. Currently, feature optimization has gained many interests among researchers. Hence, this paper aims to demonstrate the effects of features reduction...
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15. Chinese Traditional Color Harmony Inheritance Method for High-speed Railway

Liangyu Shi, Wei Pei, Jinfeng Li, Kazunori Miyata, Siqun Ma, Haoran Xie
Pages: 304 - 311
The construction and development of China’s High-Speed Rail (HSR) in recent years have attracted the attention of the world, but the localization and humanistic design of China’s HSR are lacking. To cater to the development of the times and the needs of society, the color scheme concept of China’s HSR...