International audience; A novel path-planning algorithm is proposed for a tracked mobile robot to traverse uneven terrains, which can efficiently search for stability sub-optimal paths. This algorithm consists of combining two RRT-like algorithms (the Transition-based R... View more
4.3. Comparison between the results obtained using the BiRRT, BiTRRT and BiDDTRRT algorithms
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