Concentric and Incremental Multi-Robot Mapping to Observe Complex Scenes

Jonathan Cohen 1, 2, 3 Laëtitia Matignon 3 Olivier Simonin 1, 4, 2
2 CHROMA - Robots coopératifs et adaptés à la présence humaine en environnements dynamiques
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, CITI - CITI Centre of Innovation in Telecommunications and Integration of services
3 SMA - Systèmes Multi-Agents
LIRIS - Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information
Abstract : The observation and recognition of complex scenes can benefit from the use of multiple mobile cameras. In this paper we study a fleet of mobile robots where each robot controls the point of view of its embedded camera. The objective is to manage the cooperation between the robots to find a joint position that maximizes the joint observation of a scene, defined as the activity of one person. It is assumed that the robots can communicate but have no map of the environment and no external localisation. This paper presents a spatial concentric modeling of the environment well adapted to the navigation of two-wheeled non-holonomic robots. To reduce the complexity of finding the best solution in the space search, we propose an incremental mapping based on this model and some heuristics to search for the optimal observation in an online context. Experimental results in simulation are presented that show in particular the anytime aspects of the proposed algorithms.
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IROS 2015 Workshop on On-line decision-making in multi-robot coordination (DEMUR’15), Oct 2015, Hamburg, Germany. 〈http://robotics.fel.cvut.cz/demur15/〉
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Jonathan Cohen, Laëtitia Matignon, Olivier Simonin. Concentric and Incremental Multi-Robot Mapping to Observe Complex Scenes. IROS 2015 Workshop on On-line decision-making in multi-robot coordination (DEMUR’15), Oct 2015, Hamburg, Germany. 〈http://robotics.fel.cvut.cz/demur15/〉. 〈hal-01254964〉

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