Local Metrical and Global Topological Maps in the Hybrid Spatial Semantic Hierarchy (2004)

by Benjamin Kuipers , Joseph Modayil , Patrick Beeson , Matt Macmahon , Francesco Savelli
Venue:in IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics & Automation (ICRA-04
Citations:51 - 16 self

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4 Creating and Utilizing Symbolic Representations of Spatial Knowledge using Mobile Robots – Patrick Foil Beeson - 2008
15 Factoring the Mapping Problem: Mobile Robot Map-Building in the Hybrid Spatial Semantic Hierarchy – Patrick Beeson, Joseph Modayil, Benjamin Kuipers - 2008
Addressing perceptual . . . – Francesco Savelli - 2003
27 Bayesian inference in the space of topological maps – Ananth Ranganathan, Emanuele Menegatti, Frank Dellaert - 2006
5 Probabilistic Topological Maps – Ananth Ranganathan - 2008
31 Using the topological skeleton for scalable global metrical map-building – Joseph Modayil, Patrick Beeson, Benjamin Kuipers - 2004
5 Localization, mapping, and planning in 3d environments – Nathaniel Fairfield, George Kantor, Hanumant Singh Woods Hole Oceanographic, C Nathaniel Fairfield Abstract - 2009
19 Loop-Closing and Planarity in Topological Map-Building – Francesco Savelli - 2004
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1 A Hybrid Approach to Finding Cycles in Hybrid Maps – Margaret E. Jefferies, Wenrong Weng, Jesse T. Baker, Michael C. Cosgrove, Michael Mayo - 2003
4 The Correspondence Problem in Topological Metric Mapping-Using Absolute Metric Maps to Close Cycles – Margaret E. Jefferies, Michael C. Cosgrove, Jesse T. Baker, Wai-kiang Yeap - 2004
67 Towards a General Theory of Topological Maps – Emilio Remolina, Benjamin Kuipers - 2002
Segmented SLAM in Three-Dimensional Environments – Nathaniel Fairfield, David Wettergreen, George Kantor - 2009
15 A Logical Account of Causal and Topological Maps – Emilio Remolina - 2001
10 XTAG 7'ec&/cal Report. I)ep~rtrnent o[' Computer a.ml hdbrmation Sciences, University or lhmnsylwmia, l)hihuh!lldli~t, PA – Ananth Ranganathan, Frank Dellaert - 2005
Multi-Agent Deterministic Graph Mapping via Robot Rendezvous – Chaohui Gong, Stephen Tully, George Kantor, Howie Choset
22 An intellectual history of the spatial semantic hierarchy – Benjamin Kuipers - 2006
31 FastSLAM: An efficient solution to the simultaneous localization and mapping problem with unknown data association – Sebastian Thrun, Michael Montemerlo, Daphne Koller, Ben Wegbreit, Juan Nieto, Eduardo Nebot
19 Towards a Unified Bayesian Approach to Hybrid Metric-Topological SLAM – Jose-luis Blanco, Juan-antonio Fern├índez-madrigal, Javier Gonzalez - 2008