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what is algorithm for find path planner

asked 2014-07-04 07:50:00 -0600

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I mean global path and local path. as i know Amcl for robot localized known map and i use move base 4 files are base local planner, costmap common, global costmap, local costmap

Please explain me

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answered 2014-07-04 08:13:39 -0600

Have a look at move_base documentation and tutorials they will answer your questions.

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answered 2014-07-04 10:47:54 -0600

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updated 2014-07-04 11:01:38 -0600

I think that this page about Global Planner is useful for you. Could you check it ( http://wiki.ros.org/global_planner )? Global planner in ROS includes dijkstra, A* algorithm as default, carrot planner and sbpl_lattice_planner. Local planner in ROS includes trajectory_planner as default, dwa_local_planner and eband_local_planner. If you want to use sbpl and eband_local_planner, you will have to install them. At first, it is better to get familiar with default algorithms as Mr. Martin Morta says.

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