A decision-theoretic planning approach for multi-robot exploration and event search

@article{Renoux2015ADP,
  title={A decision-theoretic planning approach for multi-robot exploration and event search},
  author={Jennifer Renoux and A. Mouaddib and Simon Le Gloannec},
  journal={2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)},
  year={2015},
  pages={5287-5293}
}
Event exploration is the process of exploring a topologically known environment to gather information about dynamic events in this environment. Using multi-robot systems for event exploration brings major challenges such as finding and communicating relevant information. This paper presents a solution to these challenges in the form of a distributed decision-theoretic model called MAPING (Multi-Agent Planning for INformation Gathering), in which each agent computes a communication and an… Expand
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