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Environment infrastructure and multi-sensor integration for autonomous service robotics

@inproceedings{Rybak2011EnvironmentIA,
  title={Environment infrastructure and multi-sensor integration for autonomous service robotics},
  author={V. I. Rybak},
  year={2011}
}
This paper presents an approach to enable autonomous service robots activities based on creation of an infrastructure parallel to the infrastructure of environment for daily human life and on cooperation of robot sensors. A mobile robot equipped with a manipulator is regarded as a service robot. A specific problem of control by the manipulator movement is concerned with changeable position of its base with regard to the position of the environment objects. The infrastructure contains both… 
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