Gerry Cheok

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Progress in algorithm development and transfer of results to practical applications such as military robotics requires standard qualitative and quantitative measurements for performance evaluation and validation. Although the evaluation and validation of algorithms have been discussed for well over a decade, the research community still faces a lack of(More)
We describe a project to collect and disseminate sensor data for autonomous mobility research. Our goals are to provide data of known accuracy and precision to researchers and developers to enable algorithms to be developed using realistically difficult sensory data. This enables quantitative comparisons of algorithms by running them on the same data,(More)
Progress in algorithm development and transfer of results to practical applications such as military robotics requires the setup of standard tasks, of standard qualitative and quantitative measurements for performance evaluation and validation. Although the evaluation and validation of algorithms have been discussed for over a decade, the research community(More)
Automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), an industrial form of a mobile robot, typically navigate using a central computer commanding AGV movement on predefined paths. How well they follow these paths is not well-defined in research articles and their performance is reported in non-standard manufacturer specifications. Furthermore, AGV technology is advancing(More)
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