Mission-Relevant Collaborative Observation and Localization

Ashley Stroupe and Tucker Balch
Multi-Robot Systems: From Swarms to Intelligent Automata, Alan C. Shultz and Lynne E. Parker, ed., Klewer, 2002


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Abstract
We propose an approach for the integration of collaborative observation and localization within a separate multi-robot mission. The proposed approach will allow individual robots within a team to evaluate and choose a task based on the needs of the mission and the needs, capabilities, and task choices of teammates. TAsks will include mission-related tasks as well as task for self-localization, teammate-localization, and collaborative mapping. To date, work has been done in collaborative observation and mapping.

Keywords
mobile robot, localization, mapping

Notes
Associated Lab(s) / Group(s): MultiRobot Lab
Number of pages: 8

Text Reference
Ashley Stroupe and Tucker Balch, "Mission-Relevant Collaborative Observation and Localization," Multi-Robot Systems: From Swarms to Intelligent Automata, Alan C. Shultz and Lynne E. Parker, ed., Klewer, 2002

BibTeX Reference
@incollection{Stroupe_2002_3969,
   author = "Ashley Stroupe and Tucker Balch",
   editor = "Alan C. Shultz and Lynne E. Parker",
   title = "Mission-Relevant Collaborative Observation and Localization",
   booktitle = "Multi-Robot Systems: From Swarms to Intelligent Automata",
   publisher = "Klewer",
   year = "2002",
}