"Better" is a bit of a strong word, but on the robots I use(and the
environments I use them in) the difference in performance level is
I do believe that one of the selling points of the nd algorithm was that
it does not get stuck in U shapes (well less prone to).
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> By observing your guys conversation, I am sorry to butt in just for a simple question: Why is ND better than VHF?
> I am using VHF for local Obstacle Avoidance. However, when working with Wavefront path planning, I found the combined force of these duo always traps my robot into a local U shape confinement on the map and could not get out (it keeps spinning).
> Is it the reason why ND better than VHF?
> Rob from CCNY
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