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Service robots which directly interact with humans in highly unstructured, unpredictable and dynamic environments must be able to flexibly adapt their motion in reaction to unforeseen events or obstacles and they must provide a new feasible trajectory in real-time. Hence, algorithms come into focus which replan the motion path and its time evolution from arbitrary initial conditions within milliseconds. We present a real-time algorithm to generate synchronised and time-optimal third-orderdoi:10.1109/iros.2008.4650924 dblp:conf/iros/HaschkeWR08 fatcat:k5rtwusnpnftrcejcuasezp3za