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Development of Rough Terrain Mobile Robot Using Connected Crawler -Derivation of Sub-optimal Number of Crawler Stages

By Sho Yokota, Yasuhiro Ohyama, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Jin-Hua She, Hisato Kobayashi and Pierre Blazevic

Published: October 1st 2008

DOI: 10.5772/6316

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Sho Yokota, Yasuhiro Ohyama, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Jin-Hua She, Hisato Kobayashi and Pierre Blazevic (October 1st 2008). Development of Rough Terrain Mobile Robot Using Connected Crawler -Derivation of Sub-optimal Number of Crawler Stages, Frontiers in Robotics, Automation and Control Alexander Zemliak, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/6316. Available from:

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