The research in our group aims to increase the ability of robots to plan and act on their own or provide assistance in human-machine cooperative tasks in complex domains. Applications targeted in our research include mobile robotics, robot manipulation, medical robotics, and hybrid systems. We have also conducted research in large-scale parallelization of sampling-based motion planning and nearest-neighbors computations, approximate methods for dimensionality reduction and nearest neighbors, and characterization of molecular motion.
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Unified Discrete and Continuous Planning