Mordechai Ben-Ari



Also goes by Moti Ben-Ari.

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Elements of Robotics

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Principles of Concurrent an...

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Mathematical Logic for Comp...

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Ada for Software Engineers

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The Many Guises of Induction

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“The robot has horizontal proximity sensors that can detect an object near the robot. There exist many technologies that can be used to construct these sensors, such as infrared, laser, ultrasound; the generic robot represents robots that use any of these technologies. We do specify that the sensors have the following capabilities: A horizontal proximity sensor can measure the distance (in centimeters) from the robot to an object and the angle (in degrees) between the front of the robot and the object”
Mordechai Ben-Ari, Elements of Robotics

“Ground sensors are mounted on the bottom of the robot. Since these sensors are very close to the ground, there is no meaning to distance or angle; instead, the sensor measures the brightness of the light reflected from the ground in arbitrary values between 0 (totally dark) and 100 (totally light).”
Mordechai Ben-Ari, Elements of Robotics

“The robot is equipped with an embedded computer (Fig. 1.12). The precise specification of the computer is not important but we do assume certain capabilities. The computer can read the values of the sensors and set the power of the motors. There is a way of displaying information on a small screen or using colored lights. Signals and data can be input to the computer using buttons, a keypad or a remote control.”
Mordechai Ben-Ari, Elements of Robotics



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