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Agarwal, Achin (author)
The successful integration of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in human environments is highly dependent on their ability to navigate safely and timely through dense traffic conditions. Such conditions involve a diverse range of human behaviors, ranging from cooperative (willing to yield) to non-cooperative human drivers (unwilling to yield) that need...
master thesis 2020
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Croll, Ewoud (author)
Social Navigation is the task of robot motion planning in an environment shared with humans.This is an especially hard sub-problem of motion planning because the planner has to dealwith a dynamic, continuous and unpredictable environment. We present a local motionplanner, namely Neural Network Model Predictive Control, for autonomous ground...
master thesis 2020
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Gupta, Sukrit (author)
A lot research has been conducted in the field of autonomous navigation of mobile robots with focus on Robot Vision and Robot Motion Planning. However, most of the classical navigation solutions require several steps of data pre-processing and hand tuning of parameters, with separate modules for vision, localization, planning and control. All...
master thesis 2020
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van den Berg, Berend (author)
Last decades the autonomous driving research field has shown exponential growth. The social benefits, which include increased safety, mobility and productivity, are the main factor that drive this growth. One of the most difficult problems that vehicle engineers must solve to develop autonomous vehicles is the motion planning problem. They must...
master thesis 2020
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Krishnakumar, Ajinkya (author)
Autonomous vehicles are the inevitable future of the industry as theoretically they guarantee higher road throughput and a much safer means of transport compared to today’s ground vehicle. This has attracted the industries and universities making it a very important topic of research. The basic function of the autonomous vehicle boils down to...
master thesis 2019
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Cirera Rocosa, Ricard (author)
This MSc. thesis explores the design and implementation of a motion planner for non-holonomic autonomous vehicles in parking spaces. The planner must avoid collisions with static obstacles, satisfy performance, comfort and safety constraints for the motion, satisfy the non-holonomic constraints of the vehicle model, consider the dynamics of the...
master thesis 2018
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Taams, Hugo (author)
This thesis report proposes a framework to implement Navigation, Guidance and Control (GNC) systems, that enable point-to-point autonomy for displacement vessels. A model-based control approach is chosen as the basis of the GNC systems. The resulting algorithms are implemented for verification in a 1:25 scale model of a Azimuth Stern Drive (ASD)...
master thesis 2018
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Paramkusam, Deepak (author)
Kinodynamic motion planning for a robot involves generating a trajectory from a given robot state to goal state while satisfying kinematic and dynamic constraints. Rapidly-exploring Random Trees (RRT) is a sampling-based algorithm that has been widely adopted for this. However, RRT is not fast enough to enable its use in industrial applications....
master thesis 2018
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Moring, Stefan (author)
With the need for robots to operate autonomously increasing more and more, the research field of motion planning is becoming more active. Usually planning is done in configuration space, which often leads to non feasible solutions for highly dynamical or underactuated systems. With kinodynamic planning motion can also be planned for this...
master thesis 2018
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