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Field and Service Robotics
In robotic information gathering missions, scientists are typically interested in understanding variables which require proxy measurements from specialized sensor suites to estimate. However, energy and time constraints limit how often these sensors can be used in a mission. Robots are also equipped with cheaper to use navigation sensors such as cameras. In this paper, we explore a challenging planning problem in which a robot is required to learn about a scientific variable of interest in andoi:10.1007/978-3-319-67361-5_16 dblp:conf/fsr/AroraFFFSE17 fatcat:y63lzfucofdupot6ridinuwlra