Motion Planning with Visibility Constraints : Building Autonomous


Autonomous Observers are mobile robots that cooperatively perform vision tasks. Their design raises new issues in motion planning, where visibility constraints and motion obstructions must be simultaneously taken into account. This paper presents the concept of an Autonomous Observer and its applications. It discusses three problems in motion planning with visibility constraints: model building, target nding, and target tracking.

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@inproceedings{AlezBa1997MotionPW, title={Motion Planning with Visibility Constraints : Building Autonomous}, author={H H Gonzz Alez-Ba and L. Guibas and Jean Claude Latombe and Steven M. LaValle and Dogging Lin and Ravi Motwani and Carlo Tomasi}, year={1997} }