Qandeel Sajid

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Multi-agent pathfinding is a challenging combinatorial problem that involves multiple agents moving on a graph from a set of initial nodes to a set of desired goals without inter-agent collisions. Searching the composite space of all agents has exponential complexity and does not scale well. Decoupled methods are more efficient but are generally incomplete.(More)
Motivated by efficient algorithms for solving combinatorial and discrete instances of the multi-agent pathfinding problem, this report investigates ways to utilize such solutions to solve similar problems in the continuous domain. While a simple discretization of the space which allows the direct application of combinatorial algorithms seems like a(More)
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