Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
Three -dimensional Exploration exploits a geometric structure termed a roadmap, which is a collection of one-dimensional curves that captures the salient topological and geometric properties of a robot's environment. The advantages of the roadmap in this work are: (1) it can be constructed using sensor data and (2) it is a one-dimensional subset of the robot's space.
Coverage path planning determines a path that a robot must take in order to pass over each point in the target region. The three dimensional coverage produces the skeleton of 3-D solids which has several applications such as robot path planning, feature recognition, medicine, injection molding, finite elements, shape analysis, etc.
|Research Interest Keywords|
|assembly, CAD/CAM, computer graphics, geometric modeling, manufacturing, mechatronics, motion planning, planning|
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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