Learning Continous Perception-action Models

Ashwin Ram and Juan Carlos Santamaria

Autonomous robotic navigation is defined as the task of finding a path along which a robot can move safely from a source point to a destination point in a obstacle-ridden terrain and, often, executing the actions to carry out the movement in a real or simulated world. Several methods have been proposed for this task, ranging from high-level planning methods to reactive methods.


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