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I'm currently programming an app for a robot and I'd like to make him map a zone and then make him move autonomously from one point to another.

I have to solve a SLAM problem, but the biggest matter is that I can't use landmarks to find myself in the environment. The robot just has the abilities to move, and to make distance measurements over -120/+120 degrees using a sonar.

I can't find any simply explained algorithm that permits me to solve this SLAM problem with the no-landmark limitation.

Have you any idea ?

PinkPR

I'm currently programming an app for a robot and I'd like to make him map a zone and then make him move autonomously from one point to another.

I have to solve a SLAM problem, but the biggest matter is that I can't use landmarks to find myself in the environment. The robot just has the abilities to move, and to make distance measurements over -120/+120 degrees using a sonar.

I can't find any simply explained algorithm that permits me to solve this SLAM problem with the no-landmark limitation.

Have you any idea ?

PinkPR

I'm currently programming an app for a robot and I'd like to make him map a zone and then make him move autonomously from one point to another.

I have to solve a SLAM problem, but the biggest matter is that I can't use landmarks to find myself in the environment. The robot just has the abilities to move, and to make distance measurements over -120/+120 degrees using a sonar.

I can't find any simply explained algorithm that permits me to solve this SLAM problem with the no-landmark limitation.

Have you any idea ?

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# SLAM without landmarks using sonar

I'm currently programming an app for a robot and I'd like to make him map a zone and then make him move autonomously from one point to another.

I have to solve a SLAM problem, but the biggest matter is that I can't use landmarks to find myself in the environment. The robot just has the abilities to move, and to make distance measurements over -120/+120 degrees using a sonar.

I can't find any simply explained algorithm that permits me to solve this SLAM problem with the no-landmark limitation.

Have you any idea ?

PinkPR