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Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby smartens » Thu Jan 15, 2015 6:19 pm

Hello everyone,

I've got a couple of questions. I programmed a grid navigation program. So far I've got all on the desktop side. A LineMap and Path is transferred to the EV3. The robot is traversing the path with a DifferentialPilot and OdometryPoseProvider. So far so well :), but i don't understand the coordinate system which the robot internally uses. It seems the y axis is flipped. Is that right? I'm also confused because of the heading of the robot? For example: start pose is (100,100,0),traverse a path to (100, 50, 0) and back to start position. The robot is not in his original position?

Could someone please explain these two things?

Besides that the robot should use the grid lines on the floor. My idea is to program my own simple Pilot (should only implement RotateMoveController, no need for arcs) , which follow a line while he is driving forward ( got 2 nxt light sensors). Furthermore i will try to program my own PoseProvider, which detects a junction on the grid and updates the pose of the robot accordingly.

Is that a good approach or am I missing something?

Greetings

Steffen

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby Aswin » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:35 am

Hi Steffen,

The pilot uses a right hand coordinate system with the x-axis aligned with the forward driving direction. The positive X-axis goes from the center of the robot to the front. The positive y-axis goes from the center to the left. A positive rotation is counter clockwise. The pilots commands are in respect to the current position/heading. I would have to see the commands you use to get the robot back to its origin to be able to comment on that.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby smartens » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:55 am

Hi Aswin,

PCModel.java

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import java.io.DataInputStream;
import java.io.DataOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.ArrayList;

import lejos.remote.nxt.NXTCommConnector;
import lejos.remote.nxt.NXTConnection;
import lejos.remote.nxt.SocketConnector;
import lejos.robotics.geometry.Line;
import lejos.robotics.geometry.Rectangle;
import lejos.robotics.mapping.LineMap;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.DestinationUnreachableException;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Pose;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Waypoint;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.AstarSearchAlgorithm;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.FourWayGridMesh;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.NodePathFinder;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.Path;

/**
 *
 */

/**
 * @author Steffen Martens
 *
 */
public class PCModel {
//    NXTCommConnector connector;
//    NXTConnection connection;
    DataInputStream dis;
    DataOutputStream dos;
    Thread networkController = new Thread(new PCNetworkController());

    final Pose STARTPOSE = new Pose(100, 100, 0);
    final int GRIDSPACE = 10;
    final int CLEARANCE = 10;

    LineMap map;
    FourWayGridMesh mesh;
    AstarSearchAlgorithm algorithm;
    NodePathFinder finder;

    Path feedJobs;
    Path path;

    /**
     *
     */
    public PCModel() {
   // networkController.start();
   // create default LineMap
   map = generateLineMap(null);
   mesh = new FourWayGridMesh(map, GRIDSPACE, CLEARANCE);
   algorithm = new AstarSearchAlgorithm();
   finder = new NodePathFinder(algorithm, mesh);

    }

    /**
     * @return the map
     */
    LineMap getMap() {
   return map;
    }

    /**
     * @param map
     *            the map to set
     */
    void setMap(LineMap map) {
   this.map = map;
    }

    /**
     * @return the path
     */
    Path getPath() {
   return path;
    }

    /**
     * @param path
     *            the path to set
     */
    void setPath(Path path) {
   this.path = path;
    }

   

    public void connect(String ev3Name) {

   NXTCommConnector connector = new SocketConnector();
   System.out.println("Connecting to " + ev3Name);
   NXTConnection connection = connector.connect(ev3Name, NXTConnection.PACKET);

   if (connection == null) {

       System.out.println("no ev3 found");
       return;
   }

   dis = new DataInputStream(connection.openInputStream());
   dos = new DataOutputStream(connection.openOutputStream());

   // Start the receiver thread
   // networkController.setDaemon(true);
   networkController.start();

    }

    /**
     * Generate a Path with all feedJobs
     *
     * @return a generated Path
     */
    Path generatePath() {
   // feed boxes of the robot
   // int[] feed = { 3, 3, 3, 3 };
   // clear path
   path = new Path();

   // iterate through feedJobs and generate the paths
   for (Waypoint waypoint : feedJobs) {
       if (path.size() > 0) {
      try {
          path.addAll(finder.findRoute(path.remove(path.size() - 1)
             .getPose(), waypoint));

      } catch (DestinationUnreachableException e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
      }
       } else {
      try {
          path = finder.findRoute(STARTPOSE, waypoint);
      } catch (DestinationUnreachableException e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
      }

       }

   }

   // generate from last waypoint path to STARTPOSE
   try {
       path.addAll(finder.findRoute(
          path.remove(path.size() - 1).getPose(), new Waypoint(
             STARTPOSE)));
       // Path tmpPath = path;
       // tmpPath =
       // finder.findRoute(tmpPath.remove(path.size() - 1).getPose(),
       // new Waypoint(STARTPOSE));

   } catch (DestinationUnreachableException e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
   }

   // after that we can clear feedJobs
   // feedJobs.clear();

   return path;
    }

    /**
     * Generate a LineMap.
     *
     * @param gridMap
     *            The gridMap to check which cells are occupied. If null, the
     *            default LineMap is generated.
     * @return a LineMap
     */
    LineMap generateLineMap(int[][] gridMap) {
   // width+10 and height+10, otherwise mesh is messed up
   Rectangle bounds = new Rectangle(0, 0, 210, 130);
   ArrayList<Line> lines = new ArrayList<Line>();

   // borders clockwise
   lines.add(new Line(0, 0, 200, 0));
   lines.add(new Line(200, 0, 200, 100));
   lines.add(new Line(200, 100, 110, 100));
   lines.add(new Line(110, 100, 110, 120));
   lines.add(new Line(110, 120, 90, 120));
   lines.add(new Line(90, 120, 90, 100));
   lines.add(new Line(90, 100, 0, 100));
   lines.add(new Line(0, 100, 0, 0));

   // iterate through array and generate the lines from occupied cells
   if (gridMap != null) {
       for (int i = 0; i < gridMap.length; i++) {
      for (int j = 0; j < gridMap[i].length; j++) {
          if (gridMap[i][j] > 0) {
         int x = i * 10;
         int y = j * 10;

         // borders of cells clockwise generated
         lines.add(new Line(x, y, x + 10, y));
         lines.add(new Line(x + 10, y, x + 10, y + 10));
         lines.add(new Line(x + 10, y + 10, x, y + 10));
         lines.add(new Line(x, y + 10, x, y));
          }
      }
       }
   }

   return new LineMap(lines.toArray(new Line[lines.size()]), bounds);
    }

    /**
     * transmit an event signal
     *
     * @param event
     *            from RobotEvent
     */
    void sendEvent(SEPzooEvent event) {
   try {
       synchronized (this) {
      dos.writeByte(event.ordinal());
      dos.flush();
       }
   } catch (IOException e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
   }
    }

    void startNavigator() {
   System.out.println("startNavigator");
   sendEvent(SEPzooEvent.START);
    }

    void sendMap() {
   if (getMap() == null) {
       return;
   }
   try {
       synchronized (this) {
      dos.writeByte(SEPzooEvent.LOAD_MAP.ordinal());
      getMap().dumpObject(dos);
       }
   } catch (IOException e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
   }
   System.out.println("sendMap");

    }

    void sendPath() {
   // output of path
   System.out.println("path calculated");
   for (int i = 0; i < path.size() - 1; i++) {
       System.out.println(path.get(i).x + " " + path.get(i).y);
   }

   if (getPath() == null) {
       return;
   }
   try {
       synchronized (this) {
      dos.writeByte(SEPzooEvent.LOAD_PATH.ordinal());
      getPath().dumpObject(dos);
       }
   } catch (IOException e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
   }
   System.out.println("sendPath");
    }

    class PCNetworkController implements Runnable {

   @Override
   public void run() {
       // connector = new SocketConnector();
       // connection = connector.waitForConnection(0,
       // NXTConnection.PACKET);
       // dis = connection.openDataInputStream();
       // dos = connection.openDataOutputStream();

       while (true) {
      try {
          byte byteEvent = dis.readByte();
          SEPzooEvent event = SEPzooEvent.values()[byteEvent];

          synchronized (this) {
         switch (event) {
         case PATH_COMPLETE:
             System.out.println("Path completed!");
             break;

         default:
             System.out.println("Event not detected");
             break;
         }
          }

      } catch (IOException e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
      }

       }
   }

    }
}


RobotModel.java

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import java.io.DataInputStream;
import java.io.DataOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

import lejos.hardware.Sound;
import lejos.hardware.motor.EV3LargeRegulatedMotor;
import lejos.hardware.port.MotorPort;
import lejos.remote.nxt.NXTCommConnector;
import lejos.remote.nxt.NXTConnection;
import lejos.remote.nxt.SocketConnector;
import lejos.robotics.localization.PoseProvider;
import lejos.robotics.mapping.LineMap;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.DifferentialPilot;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.MoveController;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.NavigationListener;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Navigator;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Pose;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Waypoint;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.Path;

/**
 *
 */

/**
 * @author Steffen Martens
 *
 */
public class RobotModel implements NavigationListener {
    NXTCommConnector connector;
    NXTConnection connection;
    DataInputStream dis;
    DataOutputStream dos;
    Thread controller = new Thread(new RobotNetworkController());

    LineMap lineMap;
    Pose currPose;
    Path path;
    Path feedJobs;

    Navigator navigator;
    MoveController pilot;
    PoseProvider poseProvider;

    public RobotModel() {
   this.reset();
   final DifferentialPilot robot =
      new DifferentialPilot(DifferentialPilot.WHEEL_SIZE_EV3, 12.5,
         new EV3LargeRegulatedMotor(MotorPort.D),
         new EV3LargeRegulatedMotor(MotorPort.A), false);
   robot.setRotateSpeed(robot.getMaxRotateSpeed() * 0.2);
   robot.setTravelSpeed(robot.getMaxTravelSpeed() * 0.8);
   robot.setAcceleration((int) robot.getTravelSpeed());

   final Navigator navigator = new Navigator(robot);

   setNavigator(navigator);
   getNavigator().getPoseProvider().setPose(new Pose(100, 100, 0));
   controller.start();
    }

    /**
     * Log a message
     *
     * @param message
     *            the message
     */
    public void log(String message) {
   System.out.println(message);
    }

    /**
     * Display an error message to the user and shutdown the program
     *
     * @param message
     *            the error message
     */
    public void error(String message) {
   System.err.println(message);
   log("Shutdown in 3 seconds");
   Sound.beepSequence();
   System.exit(0);

    }

    /**
     * @return the lineMap
     */
    LineMap getLineMap() {
   return lineMap;
    }

    /**
     * @param LineMap
     *            the lineMap to set
     */
    void setLineMap(LineMap lineMap) {
   this.lineMap = lineMap;
    }

    /**
     * @return the currPose
     */
    Pose getCurrPose() {
   return currPose;
    }

    /**
     * @param currPose
     *            the currPose to set
     */
    void setCurrPose(Pose currPose) {
   this.currPose = currPose;
    }

    /**
     * @return the path
     */
    Path getPath() {
   return path;
    }

    /**
     * @param path
     *            the path to set
     */
    void setPath(Path path) {
   this.path = path;
    }

    /**
     * @return the navigator
     */
    Navigator getNavigator() {
   return navigator;
    }

    /**
     * @param navigator
     *            the navigator to set
     */
    void setNavigator(Navigator navigator) {
   this.navigator = navigator;
   navigator.addNavigationListener(this);
    }

    /**
     * @return the pilot
     */
    MoveController getPilot() {
   return pilot;
    }

    /**
     * @param pilot
     *            the pilot to set
     */
    void setPilot(MoveController pilot) {
   this.pilot = pilot;
    }

    /**
     * @return the poseProvider
     */
    PoseProvider getPoseProvider() {
   return poseProvider;
    }

    /**
     * @param poseProvider
     *            the poseProvider to set
     */
    void setPoseProvider(PoseProvider poseProvider) {
   this.poseProvider = poseProvider;
    }

    void stop() {
   if (navigator != null) {
       navigator.stop();
   }
   if (pilot != null) {
       pilot.stop();
   }
    }

    void start() {
   navigator.followPath(path);
   System.out.println("startNavi");
   // if (navigator != null) {
   // navigator.followPath(path);
   // System.out.println("startNavi");
   // }
    }

    void reset() {
   lineMap = new LineMap();
   currPose = new Pose(100, 100, 0);
   path = new Path();
    }

    void clearPath() {
   if (navigator != null) {
       navigator.clearPath();
   }
   path = new Path();
    }

    @Override
    public void atWaypoint(Waypoint waypoint, Pose pose, int sequence) {
   // TODO Auto-generated method stub
   Sound.beep();

    }

    void sendEvent(SEPzooEvent event) {
   try {
       synchronized (this) {
      dos.writeByte(event.ordinal());
      dos.flush();
       }
   } catch (IOException e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
   }
    }

    @Override
    public void pathComplete(Waypoint waypoint, Pose pose, int sequence) {
   // TODO Auto-generated method stub
   Sound.beepSequenceUp();
   sendEvent(SEPzooEvent.PATH_COMPLETE);

    }

    @Override
    public void pathInterrupted(Waypoint waypoint, Pose pose, int sequence) {
   // TODO Auto-generated method stub

    }

    class RobotNetworkController implements Runnable {

   @Override
   public void run() {
       connector = new SocketConnector();
       connection = connector.waitForConnection(0, NXTConnection.PACKET);
       dis = connection.openDataInputStream();
       dos = connection.openDataOutputStream();
       // listener.whenConnected();

       while (true) {
      try {
          byte byteEvent = dis.readByte();
          SEPzooEvent event = SEPzooEvent.values()[byteEvent];

          synchronized (this) {
         switch (event) {
         case LOAD_MAP:
             // if (getLineMap() == null) {
             setLineMap(new LineMap());
             // }

             getLineMap().loadObject(dis);
             System.out.println("LineMap loaded");

             break;

         case LOAD_PATH:
             // if (getPath() == null) {
             setPath(new Path());
             // }
             System.out.println("before path loaded");
             getPath().loadObject(dis);

             System.out.println("path loaded");

             break;

         case CLEAR_PATH:
             clearPath();
             break;

         case START:
             start();
             System.out.println("start");
             break;

         case STOP:
             stop();
             break;

         case GET_POSE:
             // TODO probably not working
             if (getPoseProvider() == null) {
            break;
             }
             dos.writeByte(SEPzooEvent.GET_POSE.ordinal());

             getCurrPose().dumpObject(dos);

             break;

         case SET_POSE:
             if (getCurrPose() == null) {
            setCurrPose(new Pose());
             }

             getCurrPose().loadObject(dis);

             if (getPoseProvider() != null) {
            getPoseProvider().setPose(getCurrPose());
             }
             break;

         case RESET:
             reset();
             break;

         case EXIT:
             System.exit(1);
             break;

         default:
             log("Event not detected!");
             break;
         }
          }
      } catch (Exception e) {
          error("Error in RobotNetworkController: " + e);

      }
       }

   }

    }

}


PCMain.java

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import lejos.robotics.navigation.Pose;
import lejos.robotics.navigation.Waypoint;
import lejos.robotics.pathfinding.Path;

/**
 *
 */

/**
 * @author Steffen Martens
 *
 */
public class PCMain {
    PCModel model;

    /**
     * @param args
     */
    public static void main(String[] args) {
   (new PCMain()).run();

    }

    private void run() {
   model = new PCModel();
   model.connect("10.0.1.1");
   // model.setMap(model.generateLineMap(null));
   model.feedJobs = new Path();
   model.feedJobs.add(new Waypoint(new Pose(50, 50, 0)));
//   model.feedJobs.add(new Waypoint(new Pose(50, 50, 0)));
   model.setPath(model.generatePath());
   

   
   //Test Event
   model.sendEvent(SEPzooEvent.EMPTY);
   
   model.sendMap();
   model.sendPath();

   model.startNavigator();

   while (true) {

   }
    }

}


RobotMain.java

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import lejos.hardware.Button;

/**
 *
 */

/**
 * @author Steffen Martens
 *
 */
public class RobotMain{
    RobotModel model;

    /**
     * @param args
     */
    public static void main(String[] args) {
   (new RobotMain()).run();

    }

    private void run() {
   // TODO Auto-generated method stub
   model = new RobotModel();

   System.out.println("Running");

   Button.waitForAnyPress();
   System.exit(1);

    }

}


This is my code. Thanks for your help :)

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby gloomyandy » Fri Jan 16, 2015 11:01 am

Hi,
can you explain what you mean by "The robot is not in his original position", what is actually wrong? Is it in the wrong place (where is it?), does it have the wrong orientation (what is it, what did you expect)? Actually a video clip would be good, that way we can be sure we are all talking about the same problem.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby gloomyandy » Fri Jan 16, 2015 12:03 pm

Oh and if you are thinking of using a grid to help navigation you might find parts of the talk myself and Roger gave at JavaOne a few years ago of interest. There is a section (and a video) from Roger on a class exercise that used a similar technique.
http://www.gloomy-place.com/lejos/lejosatjavaone.pdf

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby lawrie » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:07 pm

The navigation model code is not well tested on the EV3, so you are probably doing stuff that not many people have tried before. Have you used the EV3MapCommand tool in ev3tools? That and the similar EV3MCLTest are the main users of the navigation model code. There is a blog entry on EV3MapCommand - https://lejosnews.wordpress.com/2014/04 ... p-command/ - but it does not give much detail on how to set things up. Also I think we might have introduced some bugs into this at the 0.9.0 release - I am trying it out now. If you do try EV3MapCommand you will need to get the EV3MapTestproject from Git and build it as the version of the jar file in ev3tools is out of date and does not work.

There is something strange about the coordinate system, as the map uses the normal 2D convention for graphs etc. that positive y is up the screen, but SVG line maps use screen coordinates and positive y is down the screen. The map loader converts the coordinates.

As I say, I am trying this stuff out now and will try out your code.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby lawrie » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:14 pm

There is not much documentation at all about the EV3 navigation classes. The NXT tutorial - http://www.lejos.org/nxt/nxj/tutorial/W ... hicles.htm - describes the basic concepts but needs updating for the EV3. I will see if I can write some blog entries on navigation.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby lawrie » Fri Jan 16, 2015 4:36 pm

I tried running your code but what you have posted is not complete. You seem to be using a modified version of NavigationModel.NavEvent called SEPzooEvent which you have added extra events to. I am not sure how you have done that. It is hard to work out what you are doing and what is going wrong from the information you have given.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby smartens » Fri Jan 16, 2015 6:54 pm

Hi lawrie,
yes indeed, I forgot to include my enumerations. Here it is:

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/**
 *
 */

/**
 * @author Steffen Martens
 *
 */
public enum SEPzooEvent {
    LOAD_MAP, LOAD_FEEDJOBS, LOAD_PATH, START, STOP, PATH_COMPLETE, SET_POSE,
    EMPTY, EXIT, GET_POSE, RESET, CLEAR_PATH

}


As you mentioned there is not much documentation about the navigation classes, so it's quite hard to understand the whole code.
I tried the EV3MapCommand tool. That's why I'm trying to adapt the leJOS code for my purpose.

It would be great, if you try my code and comment on this.


@gloomyandy

Yes you are right. I can upload a video of the robot tomorrow. The robot is at his original position, after he completed the path, but has a wrong heading/direction. I also noticed that all waypoints from my calculated path have all zero heading.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby lawrie » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:19 pm

I suspect that the reason the heading is wrong is because you are using NodePathFinder and that seems to ignore the headings in the path that it generates. It would be quite easy to modify it to get at least the final heading correct. I am not sure what sort of application would need headings for the intermediate waypoints.

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby smartens » Tue Jan 20, 2015 10:24 am

Hi, sry for the late reply. I discussed the problem with my team (it is a study project at my university) and we decided to go another way. Hopefully we will get it done. Thanks for your help :)

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby wpimain2 » Fri May 20, 2016 1:19 am

I'm not sure when the robot rotate ,the positive X-axis followed changed?Do you know it?

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby RoboRobo » Tue Aug 16, 2016 7:39 pm

Hi,

I use leJOS 0.8.0-alpha version, but Navigator does not work for me at all. Is it common problem?

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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby gloomyandy » Tue Aug 16, 2016 8:06 pm

Why are you using such an old version of leJOS? The current version is 0.9.1, I would suggest that before you go any further you update to that version.

If you are still having problems after that, then you need to provide a lot more detail of exactly what is it you:
* Want to do.
* How you are trying to do it.
* What happens
* What you have done to investigate the problem.
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Re: Navigator, Pilot, PoseProvider, coordinate System questions

Postby RoboRobo » Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:34 am

Hi all,

I installed 0.9.1 version, and when I type DifferentialPilot pilot = new DifferentialPilot(Diam, Trackwith, Motor_Left, Motor_Right, true), I see DifferentialPilot in strikeout font. When I click on the icon on the left side, Eclipse shows: "The constructor DifferentialPilot is deprecated". Could you please advise me what is wrong here?


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