Making frontier in V-rep environment.

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Saad j
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Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby Saad j » 08 Jan 2017, 11:02

Hi...
I want to know that how could one construct frontiers in v-rep environment?. I have made walls and obstacles in the environment for my robots and now i will have to construct frontiers for experimentation procedure.
I shall be very thankful if you provide me beneficial suggestion.
Thank you.
Saad Javed
Student of master thesis
Mechatronics Engineering

fferri
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Re: Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby fferri » 09 Jan 2017, 17:31

Hi Saad,

can you explain what a frontier is?

Saad j
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Re: Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby Saad j » 11 Jan 2017, 06:07

Hi...
Respected Sir,
Frontier is a boundary between unknown and explored areas in the environment.
Thank you Sir,
Saad Javed

Saad j
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Re: Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby Saad j » 12 Jan 2017, 07:09

Hi...
Respected Sir,
I am interested in making grids. I want to divide the floor into grids and each grid must have its own identification. Could you kindly help me out in this regard. I am using v-rep version 3.3.2.
Thank you Sir,
Saad Javed
Master student
Mechatronics Department
UET Peshawar Pakistan

coppelia
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Re: Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby coppelia » 12 Jan 2017, 11:09

Hello,

you can use a simple data structure (e.g. x*y array) that holds a boolean value, which indicates which cell was already explored (and/or what the cell contains, e.g. non-explored, empty, obstacle, etc.).

Cheers

Saad j
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Re: Making frontier in V-rep environment.

Postby Saad j » 18 Jan 2017, 14:39

Hello,
Can you send me that data structure in C language, so that may help me in identifying these frontier cells whether explored, unexplored etc ?.
THANK YOU
Saad Javed


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