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scan_tools: csm | laser_ortho_projector | laser_scan_matcher | laser_scan_splitter | ncd_parser | polar_scan_matcher

Package Summary

A meta-package that downloads and installs Andrea Censi's Canonical Scan Matcher locally. Patches are applied to accept scans in cartesian (x,y) coordinates. More about CSM: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~andrea/research/sw/csm.html

scan_tools: csm | laser_ortho_projector | laser_scan_matcher | laser_scan_sparsifier | laser_scan_splitter | ncd_parser | scan_to_cloud_converter

Package Summary

A meta-package that downloads and installs Andrea Censi's Canonical Scan Matcher locally. Patches are applied to accept scans in cartesian (x,y) coordinates. More about CSM: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~andrea/research/sw/csm.html

scan_tools: csm | laser_ortho_projector | laser_scan_matcher | laser_scan_sparsifier | laser_scan_splitter | ncd_parser | scan_to_cloud_converter

Package Summary

A meta-package that downloads and installs Andrea Censi's Canonical Scan Matcher locally. Patches are applied to accept scans in cartesian (x,y) coordinates. More about CSM: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~andrea/research/sw/csm.html

Package Summary

This is a ROS 3rd-party wrapper (see REP-136 for more detail) of Andrea Censi's CSM package. From the official website:

    The C(anonical) Scan Matcher (CSM) is a pure C implementation of a very fast variation of ICP using a point-to-line metric optimized for range-finder scan matching. It is robust enough to be used in industrial prototypes of autonomous mobile robotics, for example at Kuka. CSM is used by a variety of people, though it is hard to keep track because of the open source distribution, especially as packaged in ROS. If you use this software for something cool, let me know.

Package Summary

This is a ROS 3rd-party wrapper (see REP-136 for more detail) of Andrea Censi's CSM package. From the official website:

    The C(anonical) Scan Matcher (CSM) is a pure C implementation of a very fast variation of ICP using a point-to-line metric optimized for range-finder scan matching. It is robust enough to be used in industrial prototypes of autonomous mobile robotics, for example at Kuka. CSM is used by a variety of people, though it is hard to keep track because of the open source distribution, especially as packaged in ROS. If you use this software for something cool, let me know.

Package Summary

This is a ROS 3rd-party wrapper (see REP-136 for more detail) of Andrea Censi's CSM package. From the official website:

    The C(anonical) Scan Matcher (CSM) is a pure C implementation of a very fast variation of ICP using a point-to-line metric optimized for range-finder scan matching. It is robust enough to be used in industrial prototypes of autonomous mobile robotics, for example at Kuka. CSM is used by a variety of people, though it is hard to keep track because of the open source distribution, especially as packaged in ROS. If you use this software for something cool, let me know.

References

[1] A. Censi, "An ICP variant using a point-to-line metric" Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2008

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2019-12-07 12:33