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System interdependence analysis for autonomous mobile robots

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System interdependence analysis for autonomous mobile robots
Abstract— Autonomous mobile robots are deployed in a variety of application domains, resulting in scenario specific implementations. However these systems share common components responsible for perception, path planning and task execution. In order to find a formal way to identify the influence of the environmental complexity to the used methods, an approach for quantitative system interdependence analysis is introduced. The coherence between several performance indicators of different system components, as well as the influence of environmental parameters on the system, are learned and quantitatively evaluated. Performance evaluation of an autonomous robot navigating in two different urban environments is conducted and presented results demonstrate the applicability of the proposed approach.
Florian Rohrmüller, Georgios Lidoris, Dirk Wo
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IROS
Authors Florian Rohrmüller, Georgios Lidoris, Dirk Wollherr, Martin Buss
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