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A step-by-step procedure for calculations. Algorithms are used for calculation, data processing, and automated reasoning.

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How to handle sensor data for a sensor-fusion algorithm

I am implementing the explicit complementary filter(see below) with a 9DOF MEMS sensors (accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope) for attitude estimation. Currently, the gyro and accel update rates ...
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ROS Algorithms & sensors

I am trying to implement boustrophedon algorithm using mobile robot. Can I implement this without map? I am planning to use dimensions (x,y) of the farm as reference assuming it is rectangular in ...
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Problem with UKF weights when calculating predicted state

I'm having troubles implementing a UKF during the calculation of $\overline{\mu_t}$, specifically in this step: $$\overline{\mu_t} = \sum_{i=0}^{2n}w_m^{[i]}\chi_t^{*[i]}$$ My problem I'm facing is ...
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Incremental (on-the-fly) smooth trajectory interpolation algorithm from waypoints?

short version (TL;DR): I'm receiving x(t) waypoints "online", which I must travel through at the specified times. I need an algorithm that would plan a smooth trajectory in-between them without ...
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Algorithm for orientation (pan/tilt) towards a moving point

Main Question: note: The code in this question is pseudo-code, I'm using Python, but my pseudo-code is a mix of Python and C++. I have a camera on the top of my robot's "head" which has pan and tilt ...
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Resampling step for MC variation reduction

I am reading particle filtering for robot localisation and specifically the resampling step to avoid particle degeneracy. Can anyone explain me what MC (Monte Carlo) variation means? I saw it couple ...
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how to implement a wall following controller for a TurtleBot3? (ROS - python)

I want to implement a wall following controller for my TurtleBot3 (with ROS system). sensors which I have on the robot: lidar(360) and optional 2 ultrasonic sensors on the side (1 on left and the ...
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A* alogorithm Path Planning in ROS

Can anyone help me out on how to do A* path planning in ROS. I went through a lot of resources, but most of them are using a 2d graph? I just want to know the process or workflow.
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Planning minimum snap trajectories

I am working on motion planning algorithm for quadrotor. As I have learned in Coursera Aerial robotics course, trajectories for quadrotors should minimize snap which is equivalent to interpolating ...
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What is the correct algorithm name for this “Shortest Path Maze Solver”?

What is the correct algorithm name for this Shortest Path Maze Solver? The algorithm works by completing the maze and at each turn storing each of the turns in an array until the maze once the maze ...
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How do I create a broken line follower? [RobotC] [Legomindstorm] [Ev3]

Trying to create an algorithm/code in order to get my robot to follow a track which it currently can do, using a color sensor and following the inside edge. So I'm wondering how to transition to the ...
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PID vs Fuzzy line follower

I am making a line follower to follow a white line (approx 1.7 cmm wide) on a black track. I am using an array of 5 TCRT5000 (IR led+phototransistor) to detect the line. I was previously working with ...