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Module Hierarchy
- basicGridMap: Simple grid map with values equal to
True
and
False
.
- boundarySM: Very simple behavior for following the boundary of an obstacle in
the world, with the robot's 'right hand' on the wall.
- circ: Describe a circuit in terms of its components; generates equations
and solves them.
- coloredHall: State estimation example: localization in a colored hallway
- colors: Utility procedures for manipulating colors
- corruptInput: State machine to add random noise to sonar and odometry
- dist: Discrete probability distributions
- dynamicGridMap: Grid map class that allows values to be set and cleared
dynamically.
- gridMap: Abstract superclass for various grid maps.
- idealReadings: Utility for computing ideal sonar readings
- io: Classes to support input and output to robot.
- le: Specify and solve systems of linear equations.
- ltism: State machines that are representable as LTI systems.
- move: Drive robot to goal specified as odometry pose.
- optimize: Procedures for finding values of a function to optimize its output.
- poly: Polynomials, with addition, multiplication, and roots.
- replanner: State machine classes for planning paths in a grid map.
- se: State machine that acts as a state estimator, given a world model
expressed as a c{ssm.StochasticSM}.
- seFast: Just like se, but a more efficient implementation
- seGraphics: State estimator that calls procedures for visualization or
debugging
- search: Procedures and classes for doing basic breadth-first and
depth-first search, with and without dynamic programming.
- sf: Class and some supporting functions for representing and
manipulating system functions.
- sig: Signals, represented implicitly, with plotting and combinations.
- sm: Classes for representing and combining state machines.
- soarWorld: Read in a soar simulated world file and represent its walls as
lists of line segments.
- sonarDist: Useful constants and utilities for dealing with sonar readings in
soar.
- ssm: Class for representing stochastic state machines.
- ts: A class of signals that is created by putting another signal
through a transducer (state machine).
- ucSearch: Procedures and classes for doing uniform cost search, always with
dynamic programming.
- util: A wide variety of utility procedures and classes.