• A BOUTARFA University of Batna
  • N BOUGUECHAL University of Batna
  • Y ABDESSEMED University of Batna

Mots-clés :

Neural network classifier, image processing, back-propagation network, detection and object extraction, Hough Transformer


In this paper we propose a neuro-mimetic technique relating to the detection of beacons in mobile robotics. The objective is to bring a robot moving in an unspecified environment to acquire attributes for recognition. We develop a practical approach for the segmentation of images ofobjects of a scene and evaluatethe performances in real time of them. The neuronal classifier used is a window of a network Multi-layer Perceptron MLP (9-6-3-1) using the algorithm of retro-propagation of the gradient,
where the distributed central pixel uses information in gray level. The originality of the work lies in the use of the association of an enhanced neural network configuration and Standard Hough Transform. The results obtained with a momentum of 0.3 and one coefficient of training equal to 0.02 shows that our system is robust with an extremely appreciable computing time.

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A BOUTARFA, University of Batna

Advanced Electronics Laboratory (LEA)

N BOUGUECHAL, University of Batna

Advanced Electronics Laboratory (LEA)

Y ABDESSEMED, University of Batna

Advanced Electronics Laboratory (LEA)


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Comment citer

BOUTARFA, A., BOUGUECHAL, N., & ABDESSEMED, Y. (2005). AN APPROACH TO BEACONS DETECTION FOR A MOBILE ROBOT USING A NEURAL NETWORK MODEL. Sciences & Technologie. B, Sciences De l’ingénieur, (23), 49–54. Consulté à l’adresse




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