Hybrid robot control and SLAM for persistent navigation and mapping

@article{Milford2010HybridRC,
  title={Hybrid robot control and SLAM for persistent navigation and mapping},
  author={Michael Milford and Gordon Wyeth},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={1096-1104}
}
For a mobile robot to operate autonomously in real-world environments, it must have an effective control system and a navigation system capable of providing robust localization, path planning and path execution. In this paper we describe the work investigating synergies between mapping and control systems. We have integrated development of a control system for navigating mobile robots and a robot SLAM system. The control system is hybrid in nature and tightly coupled with the SLAM system; it… CONTINUE READING

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