Anytime Dynamic A An Anytime Replanning Algorithm Maxim Likhachev  Dave Ferguson  Geoff Gordon  Anthony Stentz  and Sebastian Thrun School of Computer Science Computer Science Department Carnegie Mell

Anytime Dynamic A An Anytime Replanning Algorithm Maxim Likhachev Dave Ferguson Geoff Gordon Anthony Stentz and Sebastian Thrun School of Computer Science Computer Science Department Carnegie Mell - Description

Our algorithm tunes the quality of its solution based on available search time at every step reusing previous search efforts When updated in formation regarding the underlying graph is received the algorithm incrementally repairs its previous solu t ID: 10186 Download Pdf

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Anytime Dynamic A An Anytime Replanning Algorithm Maxim Likhachev Dave Ferguson Geoff Gordon Anthony Stentz and Sebastian Thrun School of Computer Science Computer Science Department Carnegie Mell

Our algorithm tunes the quality of its solution based on available search time at every step reusing previous search efforts When updated in formation regarding the underlying graph is received the algorithm incrementally repairs its previous solu t

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