A Pareto Front-Based Multiobjective Path Planning Algorithm

@article{Lavin2014APF,
  title={A Pareto Front-Based Multiobjective Path Planning Algorithm},
  author={Alexander Lavin},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1505.05947}
}
Path planning is one of the most vital elements of mobile robotics. With a priori knowledge of the environment, global path planning provides a collision-free route through the workspace. The global path plan can be calculated with a variety of informed search algorithms, most notably the A* search method, guaranteed to deliver a complete and optimal solution that minimizes the path cost. Path planning optimization typically looks to minimize the distance traversed from start to goal, yet many… CONTINUE READING
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