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van Gorp, Vincent (author)
Urban Air Mobility (UAM) has seen remarkable growth over the past decade, especially considering the delivery of goods. Notably, the delivery of medical supplies via Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) has emerged as a promising application, which is driven by its societal benefits and has been demonstrated successfully in rural environments....
master thesis 2024
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Presa Magriña, Guillermo (author)
Throughout history, human progress has been defined by the mastery of materials, transitioning from stone and bronze to the steel age. However, this progression has not only been defined by the materials utilized but has also encompassed a shift in processes, moving from the industrial to the information era. Despite the advances in fabrication...
master thesis 2024
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Keskin, M. Onur (author), Cantürk, Furkan (author), Eran, Cihan (author), Aydoğan, Reyhan (author)
This paper introduces a negotiation framework to solve the Multi-Agent Path Finding (MAPF) Problem for self-interested agents in a decentralized fashion. The framework aims to achieve a good trade-off between the privacy of the agents and the effectiveness of solutions. Accordingly, a token-based bilateral negotiation protocol and two...
journal article 2024
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Berndt, Alexander (author), Van Duijkeren, Niels (author), Palmieri, Luigi (author), Kleiner, Alexander (author), Keviczky, T. (author)
The trajectory planning for a fleet of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) on a roadmap is commonly referred to as the multi-agent path finding (MAPF) problem, the solution to which dictates each AGV's spatial and temporal location until it reaches its goal without collision. When executing MAPF plans in dynamic workspaces, AGVs can be...
journal article 2024
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Gelling, Lars (author)
The unique six-legged swarming rover Lunar Zebro is designed and produced by students from the Delft University of Technology. The objective of the rover is to accomplish an autonomous mission on the Lunar surface by 2024. This thesis evaluates a path planning algorithm that is designed for autonomous navigation in the Lunar environment. The...
master thesis 2023
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Brouwer, Lucas (author)
The aging of society, population growth and chronic under-investments in education of healthcare workers have all led to a major imbalance between the demand for healthcare and the supply of healthcare. Autonomous robots can be used to relieve overqualified healthcare workers of their repetitive transportation tasks, allowing them to spend more...
master thesis 2022
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Endlich, Luuk (author)
The design of a guide-path map is a well-known problem in various industries, such as automated guided vehicle (AGV) systems, road networks, and train track design. Nowadays, designing a path map is a manual, time-consuming, and expensive process. The solutions often turn out to be far from optimal. Several approaches are known to generate path...
master thesis 2022
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Chen, Szu-Tung (author)
Inspired by the vision of fully autonomous airside operations at Schiphol airport, this study aims to contribute to the short-term goal of automated aircraft ground handling. In this research, we design and evaluate a multi-agent system for planning of automated ground handling. There are two main components in the system, task allocation...
master thesis 2022
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Soomers, Joost (author)
The increased pressure to reduce aircraft emissions and the growing demand for air travel causes airports to consider alternatives for fuel-inefficient aircraft taxiing. External towing tugs can be deployed to effectively reduce on-ground fuel burn of outbound aircraft. These new operations are likely to aggravate ground delays as a result of...
master thesis 2022
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Duchateau, Wouter (author)
Baggage handling systems in airports are generally over-designed and only need to work at full capacity for a couple of months during their lifetime. To cope with varying demand, flexible baggage handling systems are being developed which use Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) to handle a required capacity. These AGVs transport bags throughout the...
master thesis 2021
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van der Linden, J.G.M. (author), Mulderij, J. (author), Huisman, B. (author), Den Ouden, Joris W. (author), Van Den Akker, Marjan (author), Hoogeveen, Han (author), de Weerdt, M.M. (author)
When trains are finished with their transportation tasks during the day, they are moved to a shunting yard where they are routed, parked, cleaned, subject to regular maintenance checks and repaired during the night. The resulting Train Unit Shunting and Servicing problem motivates advanced research in planning and scheduling in general since...
conference paper 2021
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Benda, Bram (author)
The highly fuel-inefficient aircraft taxi-phase causes the industry to consider alternative ground propulsion systems. External systems like the Taxibot are preferred over onboard systems as they do not require aircraft structural additions and recertifications. However, the operational implementation of external taxi-systems is expected to...
master thesis 2020
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Jiang, Lincheng (author)
Design of elderly care buildings like nursing homes usually looks for balances between the livability for residents and the circulation efficiency for staffs and workers. Losing the balance between these two has the potential of either dissatisfying residents, uncomfortable living experiences, or causing low efficiency in operations, which might...
master thesis 2020
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Berndt, Alexander (author)
In this thesis we consider multiple Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) navigating a common workspace to fulfill intralogistics tasks, typically formulated as the Multi-Agent Path Finding (MAPF) problem. To keep plan execution deadlock-free, one approach is to construct an Action Dependency Graph (ADG) which encodes the ordering of AGVs as they...
master thesis 2020
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Jadoenathmisier, Noah (author)
Multi-Agent Path Finding with Way-points (MAPFW) is the problem of routing agents through a graph past a set of waypoint to a goal location, without agents colliding, with the shortest combined path length. This problem has to the authors knowledge not been investigated yet even though it has implications in train scheduling problems and video...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Siekman, Stef (author)
In the field of cooperative multi-agent pathfinding (MAPF) the optimal set of non-conflicting paths must be found for a set of agents in a graph. The addition of waypoints to this problem (MAPFW) gives rise to the possibility of more complex applications, such as in vehicle routing, aviation, computer games or robotics. Yet no algorithms have...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Ionescu, Victor (author), van der Meer, Mike (author), van Kooten, Bram (author), Paardekooper, Gijs (author), Teunissen, Jasper (author)
Currently, literature regarding Multiagent Path Finding (MAPF) does not give a broad enough overview of all the different approaches. Many papers are hard to read and require proper knowledge of MAPF. The goal of this report is to give a global overview of MAPF. To achieve this goal, we provide a detailed explanation of what MAPF problems look...
student report 2020
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Fines, Konstantine (author), Sharpanskykh, Alexei (author), Vert, M.P.J. (author)
Airport surface movement operations are complex processes with many types of adverse events which require resilient, safe, and efficient responses. One regularly occurring adverse event is that of runway reconfiguration. Agent-based distributed planning and coordination has shown promising results in controlling operations in complex systems,...
journal article 2020
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Fines, Kostas (author)
Airport surface movement operations are complex systems that experience many types of adverse events which require resilient, safe and efficient responses. One regularly occurring adverse event is that of runway reconfigurations. Agent based distributed planning and coordination has shown promising results in controlling and maintaining...
master thesis 2019
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Rodenberg, O.B.P.M. (author)
This thesis presents a new workflow for path finding through an octree representation of an indoor point cloud. I applied the following steps: 1) the point cloud is processed so it fits best in an octree; 2) during the octree generation the interior empty nodes are identified and further processed; 3) for each interior empty node the distance to...
master thesis 2016
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