Deep neural networks are a tool for acquiring an approximation of the robot mathematical model without available information about its parameters. This paper compares the LSTM, stacked LSTM and phased LSTM architectures for time series forecasting. In this paper, motion sensor data from mobile robot driving episodes are used as the experimental data.
From the experiment, the models show better results for short-term prediction, where the LSTM stacked model slightly outperforms the other two models. Finally, the predicted and actual trajectories of the robot are compared.
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