DAMN : A DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURE FOR MOBILE NAVIGATION Thesis Summary

@inproceedings{Rosenblatt2012DAMNA,
  title={DAMN : A DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURE FOR MOBILE NAVIGATION Thesis Summary},
  author={Julio K. Rosenblatt},
  year={2012}
}
In unstructured, unknown, and dynamic environments, planning systems cannot generate a plan a priori that can be expected to perform reasonably in the face of such uncertainty, nor can they anticipate all contingencies that may arise; instead, decision-making must be based on current information and state at all times, proceeding in a data-driven manner, rather than attempting to impose unrealizable plans in a top-down fashion. In addition, the dynamics of the vehicle itself often play an… CONTINUE READING

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