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Path planning for robots typically consists of finding a path from a given start state to one or multiple given goal states. However, there are situations in which the pose of the goal state is not explicitly known, e.g. in sensor-based autonomous driving in unknown environments. This paper presents a path planner that is capable of planning feasible paths(More)
Analysis of fractal systems (i.e. systems described by fractional differential equations) necessitates to create an electrical analog model of a crucial subsystem called Constant Phase Element (CPE). The paper describes a possible realization of such a model that is quite simple and in spite of its simplicity makes it possible to simulate the properties of(More)
The road course is an essential feature for many driver assistance systems and for autonomously-maneuvering vehicles. It is commonly stored in a map and hence assumed to be known a-priori. There are however situations in which the map data can become invalid, such as in road construction sites. In other situations, localization in the map might not be(More)
Collision checking is the major computational bottleneck for many robot path and motion planning applications, such as for autonomous vehicles, particularly with grid-based environment representations. Apart from collisions, many applications benefit from incorporating costs into planning; cost functions or cost maps are a common tool. Similar to checking a(More)
Indoor parking localization systems face two major challenges: the absence of GPS coverage and the dynamic character of the parking environment. The absence of GPS coverage can be compensated by data fusion of several sensors in order to localize an object in a map of the environment. However, this map may constantly change due to the dynamic nature of a(More)
III-V nanowires are candidate building blocks for next generation electronic and optoelectronic platforms. Low bandgap semiconductors such as InAs and InSb are interesting because of their high electron mobility. Fine control of the structure, morphology, and composition are key to the control of their physical properties. In this work, we present how to(More)
Status of This Memo This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of this protocol. Distribution of this memo is unlimited.(More)
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