Neural Network Navigation Technique for Unmanned Vehicle

Boumediene Selma, Samira Chouraqui

Abstract


Using a neural network (ANN) for the brain, we want a vehicle to drive by itself avoiding obstacles. We accomplish this by choosing the appropriate inputs/outputs and by carefully training the ANN. We feed the network with distances of the closest obstacles around the vehicle to imitate what a human driver would see. The output is the acceleration and steering of the vehicle. We also need to train the network with a set of strategic input-output. The result is impressive, for a couple of neurons! The unmanned vehicle (UV) drives around avoiding obstacles, but some improvement or modification can be done to make this software work for a specific purpose.


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