Optimization techniques for robot path planning

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We present a method for robot path planning in the robot’s configuration space, in the presence of fixed obstacles. Our method employs both combinatorial and gradient-based optimization techniques, but most distinguishably, it employs a Multi-sphere Scheme purposefully developed for two and three-dimensional packing problems. This is a singular feature which not only enables us to use a particularly high-grade implementation of a packing-problem solver, but can also be utilized as a model to reduce computational effort with other path-planning or obstacle avoidance methods.

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Shurbevski, A., Hirosue, N., Hirosue, N., & Nagamochi, H. (2014). Optimization techniques for robot path planning. In Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Vol. 231, pp. 111–120). Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-01466-1_10

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