Mobile Robot Localization and Map Building for a Nonholonomic Mobile Robot

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Jia, Songmin; Yasuda, Akira;
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Map building is a very important issue for mobile robot performing a task. It was difficult to generate an accurate map although many sensors or complicated system were used. This paper proposed a method of map building using interactive GUI for an indoor service mobile... View more
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