I was reading a book from Thrun, Burgard and Fox called “Probabilistic Robotics”, when I decided to implement some filtering algorithms found in the book. So here you will find the maltab script to implement a Bayes filter. I implemented this filter following the example 2.4.2, the mobile robot estimating the state of a door.
I was reading a book from Thrun, Burgard and Fox called "Probabilistic Robotics", when I decided to implement some filtering algorithms found in the book. So here you will find the maltab script to implement an unscented Kalman Filter.
Still reading the same book of Probabilistic Robotics, I implemented a Particle Filter. I show in this article my whole code to draw the filtering of a robot’s position. The problem used is the same used for implementing the unscented Kalman filter.
I’m still reading Probabilistic Robotics from Thrun,Burgard and Fox. Here’s how to implement the extended information filter algorithm.
Still working hard on Probabilistic Robotics. Here’s the implementation of the EKF algorithm that enables localization with known correspondences.
Here’s how I implemented the MCL algorithm, with the help of the book of Probabilistic Robotics from Thrun, Burgard and Fox.
I recently implemented a SLAM simulation with the help of my book of Probabilistic Robotics. Code is detailed in this post.
I recently implemented the GraphSLAM algorithm with known correspondence from the book Probabilistic Robotics.
On my previous post on this subject, I explained how I created a Sudoku solver for Android using the CoR pattern. Now, some students I am supervising in an engineering course at Laval University were given the task to solve a Cubic Sudoku. This problem looked interesting so I wanted to search a bit to find how difficult it is to solve this problem. You will see in this article that it’s really no big deal.
A couple of years ago, I implemented with the help of Julien Grenier a little program for creating random sudokus and for solving them in an intelligent way. We demonstrated that there was a simple way to solve a Sudoku faster by avoiding the bruteforce solution. Since it worked well, I took a day of the weekend to use this program in my android smartphone.