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Replanning with uncertainty in position: Sensor updates vs. prior map updates

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Replanning with uncertainty in position: Sensor updates vs. prior map updates
— This paper presents two new approaches to planning with uncertainty in position that achieve better performance than existing techniques and that are able to incorporate changes in the environment in near real-time. Both approaches reuse previous searches and replan when changes in the environment are detected. The first approach, called replanning with prior map updates, assumes that changes in the prior map originate from the same source as the original prior map. Therefore, the updates are registered with the existing map, but not with the position of the robot. The resulting path after applying the updates is the same as if the updates had been present in the original prior map. The second approach, called replanning with sensor updates, assumes that changes in the prior map originate from on-board sensors. Therefore, the updates are registered with the robot, but not with the existing map. The resulting path after applying the updates is not the same path that would be found i...
Juan Pablo Gonzalez, Anthony Stentz
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Updated 30 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICRA
Authors Juan Pablo Gonzalez, Anthony Stentz
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