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AROBOTS
2006
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A purely reactive navigation scheme for dynamic environments using Case-Based Reasoning
Cristina Urdiales, Eduardo J. Pérez, Javier...
AROBOTS
2006
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Visual wheel sinkage measurement for planetary rover mobility characterization
Wheel sinkage is an important indicator of mobile robot mobility in natural outdoor terrains. This paper presents a vision-based method to measure the sinkage of a rigid robot whee...
Christopher A. Brooks, Karl Iagnemma, Steven Dubow...
AROBOTS
2006
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Relative localization using path odometry information
All mobile bases suffer from localization errors. Previous approaches to accommodate for localization errors either use external sensors such as lasers or sonars, or use internal s...
Nakju Lett Doh, Howie Choset, Wan Kyun Chung
AROBOTS
2006
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Area measurement of large closed regions with a mobile robot
How can a mobile robot measure the area of a closed region that is beyond its immediate sensing range? This problem, which we name as blind area measurement, is inspired from scout...
Erol Sahin, Sertan Girgin, Emre Ugur
AROBOTS
2006
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How a mobile robot selects landmarks to make a decision based on an information criterion
Most current mobile robots are designed to determine their actions according to their positions. Before making a decision, they need to localize themselves. Thus, their observation...
Noriaki Mitsunaga, Minoru Asada
AROBOTS
2006
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Detection of doors using a genetic visual fuzzy system for mobile robots
Rafael Muñoz-Salinas, Eugenio Aguirre, Migu...
AROBOTS
2006
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Flying over the reality gap: From simulated to real indoor airships
Because of their ability to naturally float in the air, indoor airships (often called blimps) constitute an appealing platform for research in aerial robotics. However, when confr...
Jean-Christophe Zufferey, Alexis Guanella, Antoine...
AROBOTS
2006
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Treemap: An O(log n) algorithm for indoor simultaneous localization and mapping
This article presents a very efficient SLAM algorithm that works by hierarchically dividing a map into local regions and subregions. At each level of the hierarchy each region sto...
Udo Frese
AROBOTS
2006
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A biomimetic robot for tracking specific odors in turbulent plumes
Two basic tasks must be performed by an olfactory robot tracking a specific odor source : navigate in a turbulent odor plume and recognize an odor regardless of its concentration....
Dominique Martinez, Olivier Rochel, Etienne Hugues
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