path/hpp-core

Humanoid Path Planner (Basic classes for general path planning)
Directory:
path/hpp-core (package's history)
Package version:
hpp-core-4.8.0
Home page:
https://github.com/humanoid-path-planner/hpp-core
License:
gnu-lgpl-v3
Source archive:
ftp://ftp.openrobots.org/pub/openrobots/hpp-core/hpp-core-4.8.0.tar.gz
http://www.openrobots.org/distfiles/hpp-core/hpp-core-4.8.0.tar.gz
Description:
This package implements path planning algorithms for kinematic chains. Kinematic chains are represented by class hpp::pinocchio::Device. The main classes are: * hpp::core::Problem: defines a canonical path planning problem, * hpp::core::PathPlanner: implements an algorithm to solve a problem, * hpp::core::Roadmap: stores a network of collision-free paths * hpp::core::SteeringMethod: builds paths between configurations taking into account kinematic constraints. * hpp::core::Path: paths for a robot. Embedding hpp-core into an application Class hpp::core::ProblemSolver is a container aiming at embedding hpp-core into an application. It stores elements of the problem that can be provided in random order and builds a valid problem upon call of method solve. After completion of method solve, it stores solution paths.
Run dependencies:
boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, hpp-constraints>=4.6.0, hpp-fcl>=1.2.1, hpp-pinocchio>=4.6.0, hpp-statistics>=4.5.0, hpp-util>=4.5.0, libstdc++, octomap>=1.6.0, pinocchio>=2.0.0<3.0.0, tinyxml>=2, urdfdom>=0.2.8
Build dependencies:
boost-headers>=1.34.1, cmake>=3.0.0, digest>=20080510, doxygen>=1.5, eigen3>=3.2.92, g++>=4.8, gcc>=3, latex>=3.14, pax, pkg-config>=0.22, pkg_install>=20110805.9, tnftp>=20091122
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