A Human Motion-Based Environment Complexity Measure for Robotics

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This paper describes how environmental complexity measures can be employed in the process of validating experimental robotics work. We advocate the use of metrics that attempt to quantify the “difficulty” in movement for a given environment. Both space syntactical methods (from the urban and building design literature) and fluid-flow models (used in crowd… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shell2003AHM, title={A Human Motion-Based Environment Complexity Measure for Robotics}, author={Dylan A. Shell and Maja J. Mataric}, year={2003} }