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- Daya Ram Gaur, Apurva Mudgal, Rishi Ranjan Singh
- Oper. Res. Lett.
- 2013

We consider a generalization of the capacitated vehicle routing problem known as the cumulative vehicle routing problem in the literature. Cumulative VRPs are known be a simple model for fuel consumption in VRPs. We examine four variants of the problem, and give constant factor approximation algorithms. Our results are based on a well-known heuristic of… (More)

- Apurva Mudgal, Craig A. Tovey, Sam Greenberg, Sven Koenig
- SIAM J. Discrete Math.
- 2005

D * is a greedy heuristic planning method that is widely used in robotics, including several Nomad class robots and the Mars rover prototype, to reach a destination in unknown terrain. We obtain nearly sharp lower and upper bounds of Ω(n log n/ log log n) and O(n log n), respectively, on the worst-case total distance traveled by the robot, for the grid… (More)

- Apurva Mudgal, Craig A. Tovey, Sven Koenig
- ISAIM
- 2004

Robots often have to navigate robustly despite incomplete information about the terrain or their location in the terrain. In this case, they often use greedy methods to make planning tractable. In this paper, we analyze two such robot-navigation methods. The first method is Greedy Localization, which determines the location of a robot in known terrain by… (More)

- Sven Koenig, Apurva Mudgal, Craig A. Tovey
- SODA
- 2006

Localization is a fundamental problem in robotics. The 'kidnapped robot' possesses a compass and map of its environment; it must determine its location at a minimum cost of travel distance. The problem is NP-hard [6] even to minimize within factor <i>c</i> log <i>n</i>[21], where <i>n</i> is the number of vertices. No approximation algorithm has been known.… (More)

- Sven Koenig, Joseph S. B. Mitchell, Apurva Mudgal, Craig A. Tovey
- SIAM J. Comput.
- 2009

Localization is a fundamental problem in robotics. The " kidnapped robot " possesses a compass and map of its environment; it must determine its location at a minimum cost of travel distance. The problem is NP-hard [G. where n is the map size. No approximation algorithm has been known. We give an O(log 3 n)-factor algorithm. The key idea is to plan travel… (More)

- Apurva Mudgal, Supantha Pandit
- WALCOM
- 2014

- Raghunath Reddy Madireddy, Apurva Mudgal
- CCCG
- 2016

- Daya Ram Gaur, Apurva Mudgal, Rishi Ranjan Singh
- CALDAM
- 2016

- Apurva Mudgal, Supantha Pandit
- Discrete Applied Mathematics
- 2016

- Apurva Mudgal, Supantha Pandit
- COCOA
- 2015