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Interval SLAM for underwater robots; a new experiment

Abstract : This paper provides a new submarine experiment and shows the results of an interval SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) method. The SLAM problem is cast into a constraint satisfaction problem where interval propagation algorithms are particularly efficient. The resulting method is applied to the localization of a submarine robot from the GESMA (Groupe d'Etudes Sous-Marines de l'Atlantique), the Daurade during an experiment in the Douarnenez bay, in Brittany (France).
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Fabrice Le Bars, Alain Bertholom, Jan Sliwka, Luc Jaulin. Interval SLAM for underwater robots; a new experiment. NOLCOS 2010, Sep 2010, France. pp.XX. ⟨hal-00636026⟩

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