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AGENTS
2001
Springer
4 years 23 days ago
Terrain coverage with ant robots: a simulation study
In this paper, we study a simple means for coordinating teams of simple agents. In particular, we study ant robots and how they can cover terrain once or repeatedly by leaving mar...
Sven Koenig, Yaxin Liu
ICRA
2003
IEEE
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4 years 1 months ago
Trail-Laying Robots for Robust Terrain Coverage
β€” Robotics researchers have studied robots that can follow the trails laid by other robots. We, on the other hand, study robots that leave trails in the terrain to cover closed t...
Jonas Svennebring, Sven Koenig
AROBOTS
2004
113views more  AROBOTS 2004»
3 years 8 months ago
Building Terrain-Covering Ant Robots: A Feasibility Study
Robotics researchers have studied robots that can follow trails laid by other robots. We, on the other hand, study robots that leave trails in the terrain to cover closed terrain r...
Jonas Svennebring, Sven Koenig
IROS
2007
IEEE
77views Robotics» more  IROS 2007»
4 years 2 months ago
Robot coverage of terrain with non-uniform traversability
β€” In this paper, we study how multiple robots can cover known terrain quickly. We extend Multi-Robot Forest Coverage, a state-of-the-art multi-robot coverage algorithm, from terr...
Xiaoming Zheng, Sven Koenig
IROS
2007
IEEE
90views Robotics» more  IROS 2007»
4 years 2 months ago
Kinematic analysis and control of an omnidirectional mobile robot in rough terrain
β€”An omnidirectional mobile robot is able, kinematically, to move in any direction regardless of current pose. To date, nearly all designs and analyses of omnidirectional robots h...
Martin Udengaard, Karl Iagnemma
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