Collaborative Robot Exploration and Rendezvous: Algorithms, Performance Bounds and Observations

@article{Roy2001CollaborativeRE,
  title={Collaborative Robot Exploration and Rendezvous: Algorithms, Performance Bounds and Observations},
  author={Nicholas Roy and Gregory Dudek},
  journal={Auton. Robots},
  year={2001},
  volume={11},
  pages={117-136}
}
We consider the problem of how two heterogeneous robots can arrange to meet in an unknown environment from unknown starting locations: that is, the problem of arranging a robot rendezvous. We are interested, in particular, in allowing two robots to rendezvous so that they can collaboratively explore an unknown environment. Specifically, we address the problem of how a pair of exploring agents that cannot communicate with one another over long distances can meet if they start exploring at… CONTINUE READING
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