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Robot path planning is to obtain a most reasonable collision-free path in a certain environment. Existing method can ensure that the solution is the optimal or near-optimal path satisfying some criterion. However, the convergence speed and computation complexity of these methods are limited because they have not utilize knowledge embodied in the problem enough. Therefore, a novel Knowledge-Induced Path Planning strategy (KIPP) is proposed. Here, two kinds of knowledge, including explicit knowledge and implicit knowledge, are defined.
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