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Arc/Line Segments-based SLAM by Updating Accumulated Sensor Data
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 Title & Authors
Arc/Line Segments-based SLAM by Updating Accumulated Sensor Data
Yan, Rui-Jun; Choi, Youn-sung; Wu, Jing; Han, Chang-soo;
 
 Abstract
This paper presents arc/line segments-based Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) by updating accumulated laser sensor data with a mobile robot moving in an unknown environment. For each scan, the sensor data in the set are stored by a small constant number of parameters that can recover the necessary information contained in the raw data of the group. The arc and line segments are then extracted according to different limit values, but based on the same parameters. If two segments, whether they are homogenous features or not, from two scans are matched successfully, the new segment is extracted from the union set with combined data information obtained by means of summing the equivalent parameters of these two sets, not combining the features directly. The covariance matrixes of the segments are also updated and calculated synchronously employing the same parameters. The experiment results obtained in an irregular indoor environment show the good performance of the proposed method.
 Keywords
arc/line segments;SLAM;raw sensor data;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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