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2007

Fast Laser Scan Matching using Polar Coordinates

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Fast Laser Scan Matching using Polar Coordinates
In this paper a novel Polar Scan Matching (PSM) approach is described that works in the laser scanner’s polar coordinate system, therefore taking advantage of the structure of the laser measurements and eliminates the need for an expensive search for corresponding points in other scan match approaches. PSM belongs to the family of point to point scan matching approaches with its matching bearing association rule. The performance of PSM is thoroughly evaluated in a simulated experiment, in experiments using ground truth, in experiments aimed at determining the area of convergence and in a SLAM experiment. All results are compared to results obtained using an iterated closest point (ICP) scan matching algorithm implementation. It is found that PSM is superior to the ICP implementation in processing speed and that PSM converges to a correct solution from a larger range of initial positions. 1
Albert Diosi, Lindsay Kleeman
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJRR
Authors Albert Diosi, Lindsay Kleeman
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