Arun Singh
Arun Singh
Instittute of Technology, University of Tartu
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TitleCited byYear
Time Scaled Collision Cone based Trajectory Optimization Approach for Reactive Planning in Dynamic Environments.
B Gopalakrishnan, AK Singh, KM Krishna
IROS 2014, 2014
322014
Reactive Collision Avoidance for Multiple Robots by Non Linear Time Scaling
AK Singh, KM Krishna
Conference on Decision and Control, 2013
222013
Reactionless maneuvering of a space robot in precapture phase
F James, SV Shah, AK Singh, KM Krishna, AK Misra
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 2419-2425, 2016
202016
Planning trajectories on uneven terrain using optimization and non-linear time scaling techniques
AK Singh, KM Krishna, S Saripalli
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
122012
Multi-robot exploration with communication requirement to a moving base station
R Pandey, AK Singh, KM Krishna
2012 IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering …, 2012
112012
A Class of Non-Linear Time Scaling Functions For Smooth Time Optimal Control Along Specified Paths
KMK Arun Kumar Singh
IROS, 2015
9*2015
A novel compliant rover for rough terrain mobility
AK Singh, RK Namdev, V Eathakota, KM Krishna
2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2010
92010
Planning stable trajectory on uneven terrain based on feasible acceleration count
AK Singh, KM Krishna, V Eathakota
2011 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control …, 2011
82011
Feasible acceleration count: A novel dynamic stability metric and its use in incremental motion planning on uneven terrain
AK Singh, KM Krishna
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 79, 156-171, 2016
72016
Closed form characterization of collision free velocities and confidence bounds for non-holonomic robots in uncertain dynamic environments
B Gopalakrishnan, AK Singh, KM Krishna
2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2015
72015
Evolution of a four wheeled active suspension rover with minimal actuation for rough terrain mobility
AK Singh, VP Eathakota, KM Krishna, AH Patil
2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 794-799, 2009
72009
Prvo: Probabilistic reciprocal velocity obstacle for multi robot navigation under uncertainty
B Gopalakrishnan, AK Singh, M Kaushik, KM Krishna, D Manocha
2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2017
62017
Two models of force actuator based active suspension mechanisms for mobility on uneven terrain
VP Eathakota, AK Singh, KM Krishna
Acta Astronautica 67 (9-10), 1233-1247, 2010
62010
Model Predictive Control for Autonomous Driving Based on Time Scaled Collision Cone
M Babu, Y Oza, AK Singh, KM Krishna, S Medasani
2018 European Control Conference (ECC), 641-648, 2018
52018
A simulation framework for evolution on uneven terrains for synchronous drive robot
A Gattupalli, VP Eathakota, AK Singh, K Madhava Krishna
Advanced Robotics 27 (8), 641-654, 2013
52013
Mobile robot navigation amidst humans with intents and uncertainties: A time scaled collision cone approach
A Nagariya, B Gopalakrishnan, AK Singh, K Gupta, KM Krishna
2015 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 2773-2779, 2015
42015
Optimum steering input determination and path-tracking of all-wheel steer vehicles on uneven terrains based on constrained optimization
AK Singh, D Ghose, KM Krishna
2012 American Control Conference (ACC), 3611-3616, 2012
42012
Planning non-holonomic stable trajectories on uneven terrain through non-linear time scaling
KMKSS Arun Kumar Singh
Autonomous Robots, 2015
3*2015
Time Optimal Control Along Specified Paths with Acceleration Continuity: A Non-Linear Time Scaling Based Approach
AK Singh, B Gopalakrishnan, KM Krishna
Indian Control Conference, 2015
32015
A semi-active robot for steep obstacle ascent
S Avinash, VV Anurag, AK Singh, SV Shah, KM Krishna
2013 IEEE International Conference on Control Applications (CCA), 122-127, 2013
32013
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