Defining the Requisites of a Replicable Robotics Experiment

  title={Defining the Requisites of a Replicable Robotics Experiment},
  author={Javier Minguez and F. Ortiz and Enrico Pagello and Mario Prats and Domenico G. Sorrenti},
There is, in the robotics community, a growing awareness of the difficulty to compare in a rigorous quantitative way the many research results obtained in the many different application areas of the field. It is thought that, if we aim to consider robotics a real 'science' or a branch of modern engineering, we must pay some attention to the experimental methodology. In this paper we focus on the issues raised by the replication/reproducibility of results, which under one respect are a… CONTINUE READING
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