How can I select only the points used for an RRT path?

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Filipe Silva
Filipe Silva le 17 Juin 2021
Commenté : Filipe Silva le 22 Juin 2021
I am trying to obtain only the vertices for the path highlighted in red in the figure bellow:
The code that finds the path is the following:
function [edges,vertices] = rrt_implement(environment,source,goal,delta)
clc;
y = 12;
[max_y, max_x] = size(environment);
vertices = source; %initialize vertices with source
tic;
edges = double.empty(0, 2);
pause('on');
imshow(environment)
imshow(environment, 'InitialMagnification', 1600);
disp('Image called');
axis on;
grid on ;
grid minor;
pause(2);
hold on
for n = 1:10000
random_point = [(max_x).*rand() (max_y).*rand()];
[nearest_point, indx_nearest_point] = closest(random_point,vertices); % nearest point from veritces to random point
new_point = find_new_point(nearest_point, random_point, delta);
if new_point(1) > max_x || new_point(2) > max_y
continue;
end
tmpx = new_point(1);
tmpy = new_point(2);
if(tmpx < 1 || tmpy < 1)
continue;
end
if environment(ceil(new_point(2)),ceil(new_point(1))) == 1
if edge_in_freespace(environment,nearest_point,new_point)
disp('unique point')
new_point
vertices = [vertices;new_point];
[qNewIndex, ~] = size(vertices);
edges = [edges; [int32(qNewIndex), int32(indx_nearest_point)]];
rrtDraw(environment, source, goal, vertices, edges);
if is_goal(new_point, goal) || goal_on_edge(nearest_point, new_point, goal)
disp('goal found');
% Fill path and stop break RRT function
path = fillSolutionPath(edges, vertices);
simplified_path = simplified(environment,path,vertices,delta);
map_update(vertices,simplified_path);
toc;
return;
end
end
end
end
rrtDraw(environment, source, goal, vertices, edges);
drawnow
end
% nearest point from already existing vertices to a random point
function [nearest_point, indx_nearest_point] = closest (random_point, vertices)
[num_vertices,~] = size(vertices);
euclidean_distance = zeros(num_vertices,1);
for n = 1:num_vertices
euclidean_distance(n,1) = pdist2(random_point, vertices(n, :), 'euclidean');
end
least_distance = min(euclidean_distance);
indx_nearest_point = find(euclidean_distance == least_distance,1);
nearest_point = vertices(indx_nearest_point,:);
end
function new_point = find_new_point (nearest_point,random_point, delta)
d1 = random_point(1) - nearest_point(1);
d2 = random_point(2) - nearest_point(2);
v = [d1,d2];
u = v / norm(v);
new_point = (nearest_point + delta * u);
end
function [isBelongsFreeSpace] = edge_in_freespace(environment, nearest_point, new_point)
intermediatePointCount = 10;
v = new_point - nearest_point;
distance = norm(v);
u = v / distance;
delta_q = distance / intermediatePointCount;
currentCoordinate = nearest_point;
for ii = 1 : intermediatePointCount
currentCoordinate = currentCoordinate + (delta_q * u);
if environment(ceil(currentCoordinate(2)), ceil(currentCoordinate(1))) == 0 % map(q_new(1), q_new(2))
disp('Obstacle Hai Yar');
isBelongsFreeSpace = 0;
return;
end
end
isBelongsFreeSpace = 1;
end
function [isgoal] = is_goal(new_point, goal)
x = 5;
deltax = 10/x;deltay = 10/x;
if ((new_point(1) - deltax) < goal(1)) && (goal(1) < (new_point(1) + deltax))
if((new_point(2) - deltay) < goal(2)) && (goal(2) < (new_point(2) + deltay))
isgoal = 1;
return;
end
end
isgoal = 0;
end
function [isgoalonedge] = goal_on_edge(nearest_point, new_point, goal)
intermediatePointCount = 10;
v = new_point - nearest_point;
distance = norm(v);
u = v / distance;
delta_q = distance / intermediatePointCount;
currentCoordinate = nearest_point;
for ii = 1 : intermediatePointCount
currentCoordinate = currentCoordinate + (delta_q * u);
if is_goal(new_point,goal) == 1 % map(q_new(1), q_new(2))
isgoalonedge = 1;
return;
end
end
isgoalonedge = 0;
end
% Fill path and stop break RRT function
function [path] = fillSolutionPath(edges, vertices)
disp('Filling');
path = edges(end, 1);
prev = edges(end, 2);
ii = 0;
[edgesCount, ~] = size(edges);
while prev ~= 1
if ii > edgesCount
error('RRT: no path found :(');
end
prevIndex = find(edges(:, 1) == prev);
prev = edges(prevIndex(1), 2);
path = [path, prev];
ii = ii + 1;
end
end
% Plots the RRT result
function rrtDraw(map, q_start, q_goal, vertices, edges)
title('RRT (Rapidly-Exploring Random Trees)');
hold on;
[edgesRowCount, ~] = size(edges);
for ii = 1 : edgesRowCount
if(ii == edgesRowCount)
plot([vertices(edges(ii, 1), 1), vertices(edges(ii, 2), 1)], ...
[vertices(edges(ii, 1), 2), vertices(edges(ii, 2), 2)], ...
'r', 'LineWidth', 0.2);
else
plot([vertices(edges(ii, 1), 1), vertices(edges(ii, 2), 1)], ...
[vertices(edges(ii, 1), 2), vertices(edges(ii, 2), 2)], ...
'b', 'LineWidth', 0.2);
end
end
plot(q_start(1), q_start(2), 'r*', 'linewidth', 0.1);
drawnow
plot(q_goal(1), q_goal(2), 'r*', 'linewidth', 0.1);
drawnow
end
function map_update(vertices,path)
[~, pathCount] = size(path);
for ii = 1 : pathCount - 1
plot([vertices(path(ii), 1), vertices(path(ii + 1), 1)], ...
[vertices(path(ii), 2), vertices(path(ii + 1), 2)], ...
'r', 'LineWidth', 2);
end
end
The code for now gives me all the vertices for the for the tree, meaning the one in blue, this includes the vertices in the red path, however I am unable to create an array just for the vertices in the path planned, I would like to do this not only for this path but in any path RRT creates, as I might be changing the start and goal points, how can I do this?
Update: I managed to save this simplified path, however it does not give me in terms of x and y for the vertices used, how can I do this?
Thank you

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Amrtanshu Raj
Amrtanshu Raj le 22 Juin 2021
Hi,
The first 1 : pathCount - 1 vertices correspond to the final path. You can return them as another variable.
Also there is a direct way to implement RRT path planning in Matlab that you can find here.
The first part of this example shows how to use it.
Hope this helps !!
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Filipe Silva
Filipe Silva le 22 Juin 2021
It helped, I know have the coordinates for each vertice of the final path instead of the vertices for the whole tree. Now I am on my way to interpolate and smooth the path.
Thank you very much!

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