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Name Size Revision Age Author Comment
  behaviors 1852 over 3 years Ben Wasserman Moved the old ref code to oldRef, and deleted t...
  lib 1613 about 4 years Austin Buchan I think this is John's code
  projects 1877 over 3 years Mark Williams added highways.h to the traffic_navigation.h fi...
  tools 1637 about 4 years Brad Neuman added robot testing code for IR data collection
Makefile 16.4 KB 1764 about 4 years David Schultz update to makefile for Brad

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# Date Author Comment
1877 11/18/2010 08:14 pm Mark Williams

added highways.h to the traffic_navigation.h file, made highways.c/h actually work for merging left. changed main.c to run the new highways.c code.

1876 11/15/2010 08:03 pm Mark Williams

Worked on highways and object avoidance and now uses doDrive and not lineFollow

1875 11/15/2010 08:00 pm John Sexton

Cleaned up analog.c file. Removed the interrupt handler code and removed the "start analog loop" code from init function.

1873 11/15/2010 07:21 pm Joseph Lee

adding traffic_navigation.h

1872 11/15/2010 07:20 pm Joseph Lee

Uploaded traffic_navigation.h

1869 11/12/2010 05:34 pm Ben Wasserman

Added code for pinging in intersections, but it currently doesn't work so its commented out. Intersections should work. Unfortunately some of Alex's doxygen code might be gone. Sorry.

1868 11/11/2010 09:12 pm Alexander Lam

GARS, source files aren't supposed to be executable. (now my ls output has the right colors!)

1867 11/11/2010 08:46 pm Jeff Cooper

fixed priya's bugs, left her questionable sytlistic choices

1866 11/11/2010 08:16 pm Priyanka Deo

see comments for validTurns.h

this is the actual code for the function validateTurn that takes a barcode
and returns an integer that corresponds to a valid turn.

1865 11/11/2010 08:15 pm Priyanka Deo

header file for the function called when entering an intersection that
determines whether or not a turn is valid based on the intersection type
and position of the robot. Currently uses random number generators (i.e.
rangefinders) to determine intersection type, position, and turn type.

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