Giles D'Silva

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— Humans have unique motion preferences when pursuing a given task. These motion preferences could be expressed as moving in a straight line, following the wall, avoiding sharp turns, avoiding damp surfaces or choosing the shortest path. While it would be very useful for a range of applications to allow robot systems or artificial agents to generate paths(More)
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