Wo bin ich? Beiträge zum Lokalisierungsproblem mobiler Roboter

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Iser, René;
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Das Lokalisierungsproblem mobiler Roboter beschreibt die Aufgabe, deren Pose bezüglich eines gegebenen Weltkoordinatensystems zu bestimmen. Die Fähigkeit zur Selbstlokalisierung wird in vielen Anwendungsbereichen mobiler Roboter benötigt, wie etwa bei dem Materialtransp... View more
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