Evaluating failure in terrain coverage by autonomous agents

@article{Treverton2009EvaluatingFI,
  title={Evaluating failure in terrain coverage by autonomous agents},
  author={Robert Treverton and Ronaldo Menezes},
  journal={2009 IEEE Workshop on Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space},
  year={2009},
  pages={79-86}
}
The work on terrain coverage algorithms has been shown to be applicable to many real-world problems. Examples range from battlefield tactics to planetary exploration and from spell-checking to vacuuming. The general idea behind terrain coverage lies on exploring a defined area/environment as much as possible. Previous works have demonstrated the effectiveness of algorithms in various scenarios such as unobstructed and obstructed terrains, and terrains that contain special, hard-to-find… CONTINUE READING

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