Efficient physics-based planning: sampling search via non-deterministic tactics and skills

@inproceedings{Zickler2009EfficientPP,
  title={Efficient physics-based planning: sampling search via non-deterministic tactics and skills},
  author={Stefan Zickler and Manuela M. Veloso},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2009}
}
Motion planning for mobile agents, such as robots, acting in the physical world is a challenging task, which traditionally concerns safe obstacle avoidance. We are interested in physics-based planning beyond collision-free navigation goals, in which the agent also needs to achieve its goals, including purposefully manipulate non-actuated bodies, in environments that contain multiple physically interacting bodies with varying degrees of controllability. Physics-based planning is computationally… CONTINUE READING

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