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Where did my robot go? Being robust and cautious during Laser-based Localization

Let’s imagine a scenario where a robot, either walking on two or four legs or moving on wheels, is required to explore a cluttered environment containing corridors, constrictions, uneven terrains or staircases. The robot would process proprioceptive inertial and leg/wheel odometry measurements, as well as exteroceptive observations from a 3D laser scanner. The odometry estimate [...]

Where did my robot go? Being robust and cautious during Laser-based Localization 2018-04-24T09:17:56+00:00