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"collision detection" references for the Electrical Engineer
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|Robot Motion Planning and Control
Description: Wikipedia says "a nonholonomic system is a system in which a return to the original internal configuration does not guarantee return to the original system position. In other words, unlike with a holonomic system, the outcome of a nonholonomic system is path-dependent." This textbook looks into robot motion with the understanding that sometimes your hardware cann't do everything you ask of it, so you need to take those limitations into account.
Author(s): Laumond, Jean-Paul
URL: http://www.laas.fr/ ~jpl/ book.html
- Guidelines in Nonholonomic Motion Planning for Mobile Robots
- Geometry of Nonholonomic Systems
- Optimal Trajectories for Nonholonomic Mobile Robots
- Feedback Control of a Nonholonomic Car-like Robot
- Probabilistic Path Planning
- Collision Detection Algorithms for Motion Planning
Each chapter is written by a different group of authors. Contents appear to be well organized and illustrated, but you will need your math skills to fully utilize the contents. Each chapter is packaged as an individual PDF. Total pages = 343.
, path planning
, collision detection
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