19102Re: [SeattleRobotics] Bayesian conditional probability in sonar mapping
- Aug 2, 2004Martin,
This ambitious work has produced some excellent results using many of
the same tools I am developing. Unfortunately, his source, which is
free for the downloading, is written in JAVA. But it gives an excellent
idea of what can be done with a single sonar module mounted on a servo.
I'll post some code of mine that will actually display a certainty grid
on a screen, given some assumed sonar data. It's written to run under
DOS. Just need to put it together from various routines. I'll post
both the source (which compiles and runs under Turbo C++, downloadable
for free from Borland) and also the .exe file. With a little fiddling,
and a sonar of your own on a servo, you can make it your own.
Martin R. Calsyn wrote:
>>Hope this helps. I have pointers to research papers on the[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>>subject, and C code segments that do the actual work.
>Tantalizing... I (and I suspect others) would be very interested in
>both the references and the source if you're willing to share it.
>Very informative - Thanks
>From: Gary Livick [mailto:glivick@...]
>Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 6:37 PM
>Subject: [SeattleRobotics] Bayesian conditional probability in sonar
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