publication . Doctoral thesis . 2012

Wo bin ich? Beiträge zum Lokalisierungsproblem mobiler Roboter

Iser, René;
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  • Published: 14 Sep 2012
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
Self-localization addresses the problem of estimating the pose of mobile robots with respect to a certain coordinate system of their workspace. It is needed for various mobile robot applications like material handling in industry, disaster zone operations, vacuum cleaning, or even the exploration of foreign planets. Thus, self-localization is a very essential capability. This problem has received considerable attention over the last decades. It can be decomposed into localization on a global and local level. Global techniques are able to localize the robot without any prior knowledge about its pose with respect to an a priori known map. In contrast, local techni...
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