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Robot localization in a mapped environment using Adaptive Monte Carlo algorithm
Localization is the challenge of determining the robot's pose in a mapped environment. This is done by implementing a probabilistic algorithm to filter noisy sensor measurements and track the robot's position and orientation. This paper focuses on localizing a robot in a known mapped environment using Adaptive Monte Carlo Localization or Particle Filters method and send it to a goal state. ROS, Gazebo and RViz were used as the tools of the trade to simulate the environment and programming two robots for performing localization.
Mrinal Tomar's CV
Academic CV for undergrads, a simple latex cv of 2 pages.