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Introduction Planning collision-free paths is one of the basic skills for a mobile robot performing a goal-oriented task. Especially in highly dynamic environments such as robot soccer there is a need for smooth navigation avoiding the cooperating and competing players. Today, robots in RoboCup [5] are moving at speeds of up to 3 m/s. Navigation thus(More)
This paper describes the Attempto Tübingen Robot Soccer Team 2006. After radical changes in the software and hardware we present a team of six new omnidirectional robots in 2006 together with promising innovative algorithms. Apart from the ability to play at changing illumination we present effective methods of ball interception and efficient path planning(More)
One part of the answer to future demands in air transport like gain of capacity, reduction of environmental impact, improved flight efficiency and high predictability is often the term ldquo4Drdquo. Having a look at todaypsilas fleet only one out of nine aircraft is able to fulfill a requested time of arrival with a tolerance of +/-6 seconds. Therefore, the(More)
Collaboration of mobile robots and people generate the need for methods allowing the robot to reliable identify a person. The robust identification of the user is especially important in the context of people tracking when there are frequent occlusions. In this paper we present a novel approach for recognizing the user of a mobile robot. Our approach(More)
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