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Considering an environment containing polygonal obstacles, we address the problem of planning motions for a pair of planar robots connected to one another via a cable of limited length. Much like prior problems with a single robot connected via a cable to a fixed base, straight line-of-sight...
We propose a solution to the problem of herding by caging: given a set of mobile robots (called herders) and a group of moving agents (called sheep), we guide the sheep to a target location without letting them escape from the herders along the way. We model the interaction between the herders...
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