May 30, 2011

Senior Project Bibliography

All websites were accessed between February and May 2011:

Arduino Homepage. <>.

Brett Davis. "Google Driverless Car Almost Legal in Nevada." 12 May 2011. <>.

Hamid, MHA, et al. Navigation of Mobile Robot Using Global Positioning System (GPS) and Obstacle Avoidance System with Commanded Loop Daisy Chaining Application Method. School of Mechatronics Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis. <>.

Harriman, Chris. "MaxSonar-EZ1 FAQ." 19 Feb. 2009. <>.

James, Michael. "Electric RC Motor Upgrade - Replacing the Motor on ATraxxas Electric Stampede Monster Truck." Radio Controlled Vehicles. <>.

Larry. "Arduino - Using a Sharp IR Sensor for Distance Calculation." Blog post. Lucky Larry, 17 Nov. 2009. <>.

Lavrinc, Damon. "49% of People Want Autonomous Cars." Translogic. 23 Feb. 2011. <>.

Lindsay, Andy. What's a Microcontroller?: Student Guide : Version 2.2. Rocklin, CA: Parallax, 2004.

Magri, Kris. “My Robot, Makey.” Make Aug. 2009: 76-87.

Markoff, John. "Google Cars Drive Themselves, in Traffic." New York Times 9 Oct. 2010: A1. <>.

Maxbotix. LV-MaxSonar -EZ2 Data Sheet. Datasheet. <>.

O'Toole, Randal. "9. Dude Where's My Driverless Car?" Gridlock: Why We're Stuck in Traffic and What to Do about It. Washington, D.C.: CATO Institute, 2009.

Quigly, Morgan, et al. High-Accuracy3D Sensing for Mobile Manipulation: Improving Object Detection and Door Opening. Stanford University. <>.

Sharp. GP2Y0A02YK0F. Datasheet. <>.

"Sharp IR Rangers Information." Acroname Robotics. <>.

SparkFun Electronics OnLine Store. <>.

Squatriglia, Chuck. "GM Says Driverless Cars Could Be on the Road by 2018." 7 Jan. 2008. <>.

Thrun, Sebastian, et al. "Stanley: The Robot That Won the DARPA Grand Challenge." Journal of Field Robotics 23.9 (2006): 661-92.

To New Horizons. General Motors Corporation, 1940. Documentary. <>.

Toshiba. TB6612FNG. Datasheet. <>.