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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Hybrid approaches combining features of both also exist. This book is the first to propose a method for evaluating the different approaches that shows how to decide which is the most appropriate for a given situation. It begins by describing a complete implementation of a mobile robot including sensor modelling.

An Experimental, Quantitative Evaluation. Lee, David and Recce, Michael 1997. Navigation and path-planning of mobile robots with real-time map-building. Quantitative Evaluation of the Exploration Strategies of a Mobile Robot. Neural model of a grid-based map for robot sonar. Empirical learning in mobile robot navigation. Advanced Robotics, Vol. 12, Issue.

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The Map-Building and Exploration Strategies of a Simple Sonar-Equipped Mobile Robot: An Experimental, Quantitative Evaluation, ser. Distinguished Dissertations in Computer Science. The map quality is a quantitative performance measure of a robot's understanding of its environment. In this paper we present an algorithm to assess the quality of the map generated by the robot in terms of a ground truth map. To do that, First, localized features are calculated on the pre-evaluated map.

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The map-building and exploration strategies of a simple sonar-equipped mobile robot: An experimental, quantitative evaluation, distinguished dissertations in computer science, Cambridge University Press. Leonard, J. & Durrant-Whyte, H. F. (1992). Directed sonar sensing for mobile robot navigation. Pellenz, J. & Paulus, D. (2008). Mapping and map scoring at the roboCupRescue competition. Quantitative performance evaluation of navigation solutions for mobile robots (RSS 2008, Workshop CD)Google Scholar

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Map-Building and Exploration Strategies of a Simple Sonar-Equipped Robot. It begins by describing "ARNE", the experimental mobile robot. ARNE is a 12 inch diameter disc which supports the control electronics and a rotating Polaroid sonar range-finding sensor

Map-Building and Exploration Strategies of a Simple Sonar-Equipped Robot. There are two radically different approaches to robot navigation. ARNE is a 12 inch diameter disc which supports the control electronics and a rotating Polaroid sonar range-finding sensor. Below the disc is a frame that houses the motors and shaft encoders for the two drive wheels. A bump sensor around the main disc is used to detect collisions.

There are two radically different approaches to robot navigation: the first is to use a map of the robot's environment; the second uses a set of action reflexes to enable a robot to react rapidly to local sensory information. Hybrid approaches combining features of both also exist. This book is the first to propose a method for evaluating the different approaches that shows how to decide which is the most appropriate for a given situation. It begins by describing a complete implementation of a mobile robot including sensor modelling, map-building (a feature-based map and a grid-based free-space map), localisation, and path-planning. Exploration strategies are then tested experimentally in a range of environments and starting positions. The author shows the most promising results are observed from hybrid exploration strategies which combine the robustness of reactive navigation and the directive power of map-based strategies.