Fast , Neat and Under Control : Inverse Steering Behaviors for Physical Autonomous Agents

Abstract

Steering behaviors are a set of motion based reactive procedures used for navigating autonomous agents in their environment. Combinations of steering behaviors can be used to create complex behaviors. One problem inherent to existing approaches to arbitrating between single behaviors is that their combination may lead to suboptimal, undesired, or even… (More)

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