Collision detection and prediction using a mutual configuration state approach

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    Abstract

    A configuration state approach is presented that simplifies the mutual collision analysis of objects with known shapes that move along known paths. Accurate and fast prediction of contact situations in games such as robot soccer enables improved anticipatory and corrective actions of the state estimation, control and planning processes. An overview is given how advantage is taken of the configuration state approach in order to deal with collision state correction and collision avoidance in the robot soccer control system MI20 developed at our university.
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationFIRA RoboWorld Congress 2006, Robots in Education, Entertainment and Service
    EditorsN. Weiss, N. Jesse, B. Reusch
    Place of PublicationDortmund, Germany
    PublisherChair Computer Science 1, University of Dortmund
    Pages19-24
    Number of pages6
    ISBN (Print)3-00-019061-9
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2006

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    PublisherChair Computer Science 1, University of Dortmund

    Keywords

    • EWI-2841
    • IR-62888
    • METIS-237432

    Cite this

    Schoute, A. L. (2006). Collision detection and prediction using a mutual configuration state approach. In N. Weiss, N. Jesse, & B. Reusch (Eds.), FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2006, Robots in Education, Entertainment and Service (pp. 19-24). Dortmund, Germany: Chair Computer Science 1, University of Dortmund.