Created Mex to return interpolate paths from
Returns an interpolation minimum length dubins curve.
how to use this file? somebody can explain how to use it?
Has a bug, as stated by Raymond Prendergast. Cannot correctly handle many RLR and LRL situations. It appears to place the tangent circle on the wrong side. I was able to fix this by adding the following line in LRL and RLR functions: p = max(p,2*M_PI-p).
I believe the solution this code produces for an in-place 180 degree turn (0,0,pi/2) -> (0.001,0,-pi/2) is incorrect. I have reason to believe that the solution is a CCC that looks like a light bulb as opposed to a CSC solution that looks like a 'B'.
Can somebody explain how to use this file?
I'm having trouble getting it compiled, can you send me the compiled version?
look at the dubins_interface.m for how the function works. You will need to compile it before you can use the dubins in matlab
the length of the path is the summation of the euclidean distance between points.
plotting path without heading can be done using scatter
the output of the function is 3*3 matrix. I do not understand how can I extract the length of the path.
another question: is there is an option for plotting the path?
Any help will be appreciated!
very useful tool,but how to run it,can u tell me??appericiate your help.
fixed broken header file reference
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