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Hai Chau
Dear ,
I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if any.
I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not clear about it. 
May you help me?
  1. do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
  2.  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not clear about these number: 
                    - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb

~~~~~~~~~
Regard,
Quang Hai
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Richard Vaughan-2
>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?

Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?

- rtv

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear ,
>>>
>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if any.
>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>> clear about it.
>>> May you help me?
>>>
>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not clear
>>> about these number:
>>>
>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>
>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>> Regard,
>>> Quang Hai.
>>>
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Hai Chau
Yes, i printed as int.
Richard Vaughan-2 wrote
>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?

Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?

- rtv

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
<chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear ,
>>>
>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if any.
>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>> clear about it.
>>> May you help me?
>>>
>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not clear
>>> about these number:
>>>
>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>
>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>> Regard,
>>> Quang Hai.
>>>
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

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On 12/05/2012 07:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang wrote:
Dear ,
I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if any.
I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not clear about it. 
May you help me?
  1. do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
  2.  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not clear about these number: 
                    - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb

~~~~~~~~~
Regard,
Quang Hai
.





What is lp[R]?  Without seeing the code, knowing what versions of Player and Stage you're using, and seeing the config files you're running, it's nearly impossible to know what you're talking about.  Please see the Getting Help[1] page on the wiki.

1. To build a map, you can either use a driver lib the "mricp" which builds a map, or you can implement your own mapping code.  There currently aren't a lot of mapping algorithms built into Player; I'd be glad to add any implementations that were contributed.
2. "lp" is a variable in laserobstacleavoid.cc, but it's a LaserProxy class.  The [] operator is overloaded to print out a range value, but it will be uninitalized until robot.Read() is called enough that lp.IsValid() returns true, and it should only be in the range of [0, ranges_count - 1]

Rich

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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

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Dear Richchard,
Thanks for your replying. As i said before, i'm new about player/stage. but i'm willing to learn about it.
May i know your personal email? or yahoo chat or skype?
fileMapping.zip
i'm using Feroda 14 with player 3.0.2 and stage 3.2.2. currently i do not know how to build the map using laser 2D, i donot know where to go. Pls teach me. Appreciated with you help
my email: chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com.

Richard Vaughan-2 wrote
>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?

Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?

- rtv

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
<chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear ,
>>>
>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if any.
>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>> clear about it.
>>> May you help me?
>>>
>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not clear
>>> about these number:
>>>
>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>
>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>> Regard,
>>> Quang Hai.
>>>
>>
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

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I can't give you a personal tutorial. Please read Jenny's P/S tutorial
document and read a book on robot mapping. Thrun's "Probabilistic
Robotics" is the standard text.

Richard/

On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 5:45 AM, chauh1 <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Dear Richchard,
> Thanks for your replying. As i said before, i'm new about player/stage. but
> i'm willing to learn about it.
> May i know your personal email? or yahoo chat or skype?
> file http://old.nabble.com/file/p34770914/Mapping.zip Mapping.zip
> i'm using Feroda 14 with player 3.0.2 and stage 3.2.2. currently i do not
> know how to build the map using laser 2D, i donot know where to go. Pls
> teach me. Appreciated with you help
> my email: [hidden email].
>
>
> Richard Vaughan-2 wrote:
>>
>>>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle?
>>> is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>
>> Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?
>>
>> - rtv
>>
>> On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Dear ,
>>>>>
>>>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if
>>>>> any.
>>>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>>>> clear about it.
>>>>> May you help me?
>>>>>
>>>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not
>>>>> clear
>>>>> about these number:
>>>>>
>>>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative
>>>>> number?
>>>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>>>
>>>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>>>> Regard,
>>>>> Quang Hai.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

Hai Chau
Dear Richard,
- Jenny's P/S tutorial document --> could you give me the link, i searched from google but it did not related to map building for robot.
- I also do not clear about how laser sensor work? some number it show lp[R]... could you pls help to explain it?
-Could you pls share with me one C++ code of map building to refer?

Appreciated with you support.

Richard Vaughan-2 wrote
I can't give you a personal tutorial. Please read Jenny's P/S tutorial
document and read a book on robot mapping. Thrun's "Probabilistic
Robotics" is the standard text.

Richard/

On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 5:45 AM, chauh1 <chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Richchard,
> Thanks for your replying. As i said before, i'm new about player/stage. but
> i'm willing to learn about it.
> May i know your personal email? or yahoo chat or skype?
> file http://old.nabble.com/file/p34770914/Mapping.zip Mapping.zip
> i'm using Feroda 14 with player 3.0.2 and stage 3.2.2. currently i do not
> know how to build the map using laser 2D, i donot know where to go. Pls
> teach me. Appreciated with you help
> my email: chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com.
>
>
> Richard Vaughan-2 wrote:
>>
>>>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to obstacle?
>>> is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>
>> Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?
>>
>> - rtv
>>
>> On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
>> <chauquanghaispkt@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear ,
>>>>>
>>>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if
>>>>> any.
>>>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>>>> clear about it.
>>>>> May you help me?
>>>>>
>>>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not
>>>>> clear
>>>>> about these number:
>>>>>
>>>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative
>>>>> number?
>>>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>>>
>>>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>>>> Regard,
>>>>> Quang Hai.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

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Hi,

I saw a couple of videos on youtube that shows mapping by robots which might be what you're looking for. I suggest you search on youtube and directly ask the uploaders if they could kindly share the programming code!.

Regards
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

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lots of map building code here:

http://openslam.org/

Jenny's tutorial is quite detailed. Please read it carefully, then
things like lp[R] should make sense.

Richard/


On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 9:36 PM, chauh1 <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Dear Richard,
> - Jenny's P/S tutorial document --> could you give me the link, i searched
> from google but it did not related to map building for robot.
> - I also do not clear about how laser sensor work? some number it show
> lp[R]... could you pls help to explain it?
> -Could you pls share with me one C++ code of map building to refer?
>
> Appreciated with you support.
>
>
> Richard Vaughan-2 wrote:
>>
>> I can't give you a personal tutorial. Please read Jenny's P/S tutorial
>> document and read a book on robot mapping. Thrun's "Probabilistic
>> Robotics" is the standard text.
>>
>> Richard/
>>
>> On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 5:45 AM, chauh1 <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Dear Richchard,
>>> Thanks for your replying. As i said before, i'm new about player/stage.
>>> but
>>> i'm willing to learn about it.
>>> May i know your personal email? or yahoo chat or skype?
>>> file http://old.nabble.com/file/p34770914/Mapping.zip Mapping.zip
>>> i'm using Feroda 14 with player 3.0.2 and stage 3.2.2. currently i do not
>>> know how to build the map using laser 2D, i donot know where to go. Pls
>>> teach me. Appreciated with you help
>>> my email: [hidden email].
>>>
>>>
>>> Richard Vaughan-2 wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>  Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance from robot to
>>>>> obstacle?
>>>>> is it meter or what? why we have negative number?
>>>>
>>>> Is it an unsigned int that you're printing as an int?
>>>>
>>>> - rtv
>>>>
>>>> On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:57 AM, Haispkt Chau Quang
>>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>> Dear ,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I start finding about player/stage, i'm new about it. pls advise if
>>>>>>> any.
>>>>>>> I'm doing the map building using laser 2D. i have something i do not
>>>>>>> clear about it.
>>>>>>> May you help me?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> do you have any method to build the map. pls advise me.
>>>>>>>  i'm trying to understand how lazer sensor work, i simulated
>>>>>>> laserobstacleavoid.cc , i showed some data from program but i'm not
>>>>>>> clear
>>>>>>> about these number:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>                     - Number lp[R]= -1610612736: is that the distance
>>>>>>> from robot to obstacle? is it meter or what? why we have negative
>>>>>>> number?
>>>>>>> Now i'm doing: Map building for robot. thanks you very much.
>>>>>>> i can not attached the picture.it showed that it is over 40kb
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> ~~~~~~~~~
>>>>>>> Regard,
>>>>>>> Quang Hai.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
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Re: Map Building for robot in player/stage

Hai Chau
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Dear Gughan,
thanks for your inf. could you pls share with me the youtube link? thanks.
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Hai Chau
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Dear Richard,
thanks for your inf.
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