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In practical terms, how close is the accuracy of camera-based visual odometry/SLAM methods to lidar-based methods for autonomous car navigation?

Benedict Evans, a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, claims that “almost all autonomy” projects are using lidar for SLAM, and that not all of them use HD maps. An MIT group is testing self-...
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Reward Function for q learning on a robot

I have 2 wheeled differential drive robot which I use pid for low level control to follow line. I implemented q learning which uses samples for 16 iterations then uses them to decide the best position ...
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Angle Random Walk vs. Rate Noise Density (MPU6050)

I’ve made a datalog from a MPU6050 (IMU: gyroscope and accelerometer) at 500Hz sample rate. Now I want to calculate the characteristics from the gyro to evaluate the sensor. For the gyro I’ve found ...
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Is it possible to list all runtime dependencies for ROS

I've read this link: http://wiki.ros.org/kinetic/Installation/Source and have known that the command ...
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How does one implement a third order complementary filter for estimating altitude using data from an accelerometer and a barometer?

I am working with the CJMCU build of cleanflight on a small drone. As of now, the algorithm for altitude hold uses a first order complementary filter to combine data from the barometer and the ...
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How does a self-driving car locate itself when the environment changes?

There's something I don't quite understand about SLAM. When a self-driving car wants to locate itself using a prior map, how does it do that when the environment keeps changing, e.g., new cars parked ...
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Matlab: Simulate received signals of sonar sensors

StackExchange community! I need the guidance what to use for the generation sensor data in Matlab. My purpose is to optimize the exploration process of unknown environment using the multi-robot ...
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Lego Mindstorms EV3 gyro sensor offset fix

I am currently working on a project for a Lego Mindstorms EV3 autopilot using Matlab/Simulink. Basically, I am using a closed loop control system with a PID controller for the control of the control ...
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SEIF ,online version of Graph slam create doubt in Motion Update state

I have a thesis work about Graph Slam The GraphSLAM Algorithm with Applications to Large-Scale Mapping of Urban Structures I try to implement it with the help of this paper but during the ...
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Wait simulation time in a non realtime ROS simulation en python

I want to control a quadrotor with a Python script and run the simulation as fast as my laptop can, not only in real time. I've modified my world and now the simulation runs with 7-10 real time factor....
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How should I understand sequential importance resampling in a particle filter?

Suppose I implement a particle filter with $n$ particles. This is a brief description of my understanding of a particle filter. For the first step, I throw out $n$ particles some distance from my ...
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KF/ EKF - Modelling and tuning noise matrices and other parameters

I am developing C++ code to estimate roll and pitch of a camera using accelerometer and gyroscope. The roll, pitch and yaw are in my state space ($X_t$) and the process is modeled as: $\bar{X_t} = X_{...
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Monocular SLAM depth reconstruction

I am trying to derive the inverse depth equation used in monocular SLAM algorithms. Specifically the equation 8 of the ORB SLAM paper I am very close, except I do not understand where the (u_j-c) ...
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Inferring joint orientation on multi-joint arm

Not a robotics question in the strictest sense, I guess, but related closely enough, I hope: I have an arm-like articulated two(-plus-one)-joint appliance that I want to use as a 3D input device. It ...
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Poor accuracy of hand eye calibration when using vanilla Tsai's method

I’m working on the hand eye calibration for the robotic arm. I attached the camera near the tip of the robot (or end effector) and took around 40 pictures of an asymmetric circles pattern. I ...

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