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We address the problem of arranging a meeting (or rendezvous) between two or more robots in an unknown bounded topological environment, starting at unknown locations, without any communication. The goal is to rendezvous in minimum time such that the robots can share resources for performing any global task. We specifically consider a global exploration task executed by two or more robots. Each robot explores the environment simultaneously, for a specified time, then selects potential rendezvousdoi:10.1109/iros.2012.6386049 dblp:conf/iros/MeghjaniD12 fatcat:ei4blmzehbfbngcmkpctbqqvt4