Hi all,

I'm implementing my robots navigation system and as a starting point I want to use Lee's algorithm to help figure out the route and
therefore the sequence of commands the robot needs to perform inorder
to get from A to B.

Q1) Does anyone know where I can find a good explaination of how the algorithm works? I've tried google but the results seem to be papers on varients and alternatives.

Q2) I know it works with a grid and it'll trace back to the starting point (From whích the bot can determine the instruction sequence - but will the turns not not all come out turn 45 deg +\-?

Thanks

Mark

I'm implementing my robots navigation system and as a starting point I want to use Lee's algorithm to help figure out the route and

Q1) Does anyone know where I can find a good explaination of how the algorithm works? I've tried google but the results seem to be papers on varients and alternatives.

Q2) I know it works with a grid and it'll trace back to the starting point (From whích the bot can determine the instruction sequence - but will the turns not not all come out turn 45 deg +\-?

Thanks

Mark