Day 015.2 - 9 Velocity Motion Model 2/8/2012 10 assumes the...

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6 Bayes Rule with Background Knowledge ) | ( ) | ( ) , | ( ) , | ( z y P z x P z x y P z y x P =
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Back to Kinematics 2/8/2012 7 = θ y x x t pose vector or state bearing or heading location (in world frame)
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Probabilistic Robotics 2/8/2012 8 we seek the conditional density what is the density of the state given the motion command performed at ) , | ( 1 t t t x u x p t x t u 1 t x
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Probabilistic Robotics 2/8/2012
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Velocity Motion Model 2/8/2012 10 assumes the robot can be controlled through two velocities translational velocity rotational velocity our motion command, or control vector, is positive values correspond to forward translation and counterclockwise rotation v ω = t t t v u...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CSE 4421 taught by Professor Burton during the Winter '11 term at York University.

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Day 015.2 - 9 Velocity Motion Model 2/8/2012 10 assumes the...

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