Multiple-task motion planning of non-holonomic systems with dynamics

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This paper addresses the motion planning problem in non-holonomic robotic systems. The system's kinematics and dynamics are represented as a control affine system with outputs. The problem is defined in terms of the end-point map of this system, using the endogenous configuration space approach. Special attention is paid to the multiple-task motion planning problem, i.e. a problem that beyond the proper motion planning task includes a number of additional tasks. For multiple-task motion planning two strategies have been proposed, called the egalitarian approach and the prioritarian approach. Also, two computational strategies have been launched of solving the motion planning problem: the parametric and the non-parametric. The motion planning and computational strategies have been applied to a motion planning problem of the trident snake robot. Performance of the motion planning algorithms is illustrated with computer simulations. © 2013 Author(s).

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Ratajczak, A., & Tchoń, K. (2013). Multiple-task motion planning of non-holonomic systems with dynamics. Mechanical Sciences, 4(1), 153–166. https://doi.org/10.5194/ms-4-153-2013

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