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Reasoning with inaccurate spatial knowledge

By: Atkinson, D.J.; White, J.E.; Lam, R.; Doshi, R.S.;

1988 / IEEE


This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Reasoning with inaccurate spatial knowledge ' Work currently in progress on spatial planning for a semiautonomous mobile robot vehicle is described. The overall project objective is to design a semiautonomous rover to plan routes in unknown, natural terrains. The authors elaborate on the problem of reasoning with imperfect geographical knowledge and briefly discuss a route planner which uses the results of reasoning with such spatial knowledge. An overview is given of current work on the development for a planetary rover robotic vehicle being done at the California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This includes a description of the vehicle operation when everything works as planned as well as an overview of the software system architecture and the functionalities of the various modules.<>