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AMS
2007
Springer
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Active Monte Carlo Localization in Outdoor Terrains Using Multi-level Surface Maps
Abstract. In this paper we consider the problem of active mobile robot localization with range sensors in outdoor environments. In contrast to passive approaches our approach activ...
Rainer Kümmerle, Patrick Pfaff, Rudolph Trieb...
JFR
2008
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10 years 1 months ago
Monte Carlo localization in outdoor terrains using multilevel surface maps
We propose a novel combination of techniques for robustly estimating the position of a mobile robot in outdoor environments using range data. Our approach applies a particle filte...
Rainer Kümmerle, Rudolph Triebel, Patrick Pfa...
FSR
2007
Springer
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Monte Carlo Localization in Outdoor Terrains Using Multi-Level Surface Maps
Rainer Kümmerle, Rudolph Triebel, Patrick Pfa...
IROS
2006
IEEE
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Multi-Level Surface Maps for Outdoor Terrain Mapping and Loop Closing
— To operate outdoors or on non-flat surfaces, mobile robots need appropriate data structures that provide a compact representation of the environment and at the same time suppo...
Rudolph Triebel, Patrick Pfaff, Wolfram Burgard
ICRA
2009
IEEE
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10 years 8 months ago
Probabilistic estimation of Multi-Level terrain maps
— Recent research has shown that robots can model their world with Multi-Level (ML) surface maps, which utilize ‘patches’ in a 2D grid space to represent various environment ...
Cesar Rivadeneyra, Isaac Miller, Jonathan R. Schoe...
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