Robust world-modelling and navigation in a real world

  title={Robust world-modelling and navigation in a real world},
  author={Uwe R. Zimmer},
This article will discuss a qualitative, topological and robust world-modelling technique with special regard to navigation-tasks for mobile robots operating in unknown environments. As a central aspect, the reliability regarding error-tolerance and stability will be emphasized. Benefits and problems involved in exploration, as well as in navigation tasks, are discussed. The proposed method demands very low constraints for the kind and quality of the employed sensors as well as for the… CONTINUE READING

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