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FSR
2003
Springer
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Learning Predictions of the Load-Bearing Surface for Autonomous Rough-Terrain Navigation in Vegetation
Current methods for off-road navigation using vehicle and terrain models to predict future vehicle response are limited by the accuracy of the models they use and can suffer if th...
Carl Wellington, Anthony Stentz
ROBOCUP
2007
Springer
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High Accuracy Navigation in Unknown Environment Using Adaptive Control
Aiming to reduce cycle time and improving the accuracy on tracking, a modified adaptive control was developed, which adapts autonomously to changing dynamic parameters. The platfor...
Fernando Ribeiro, Ivo Moutinho, Nino Pereira, Fern...
ATAL
2009
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
On fast exploration in 2D and 3D terrains with multiple robots
We present a fast multi-robotic exploration methodology for 2D and 3D terrains. An asynchronous exploration strategy is introduced which shows significant improvements over the ex...
Rahul Sawhney, K. Madhava Krishna, Kannan Srinatha...
ICRA
2003
IEEE
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Autonomous feature-based exploration
: The performance of single-camera SLAM is improved when wide-angle optics provide a field of view greater than the 40 to 50 degrees lenses normally used in computer vision. The is...
Paul M. Newman, Michael Bosse, John J. Leonard
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