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Thus, two nodes are detected as disconnected if all the paths of the roadmap connecting them pass through at least one invisible node (VisibleConnectivity function line 8). If this fast test is not suﬃcient to establish the connectivity of the visible subroadmap, we establish it by computing the visibility of the edges linking the visible nodes (VisibleConnectivity function line 12). We describe in the next section how the visibility of an edge from a given conﬁguration can be tested. TestVisibSubRoadmap(G, qv ) 1 Nvis ← EmptyList 2 For all node n ∈ G 3 If VisibleNode(n, qv ) 4 AddToList(n, Nvis ) 5 End If 6 Endfor 7 TestEdges ← False 8 If VisibleConnectivity(qv , Nvis , G,TestEdges) = F alse 9 Return Disconnected 10 End If 11 TestEdges ← True 12 If VisibleConnectivity(qv , Nvis , G ,TestEdges) = F alse 13 Return Disconnected 14 End If 15 Return Connected Fig.
A triangle t is a terminal if its label set is non-empty, meaning that t contains at least one projected milestone. See Fig. 2a for an example. Next, we ﬁnd channels that connect terminals with diﬀerent label sets by considering the adjacency graph GT . We compute a subgraph of GT , called a channel graph G , that spans all the terminals and connect them together. The workspace channels are then the triangles corresponding to the vertices of G . The intuition behind the channel graph is very much like that of a roadmap in the conﬁguration space: it uses simple paths, in this case, the shortest paths to connect every pair of two terminals that are close to each other and have diﬀerent label sets.
1. Two examples of query for a 2 nodes graph (n1 -n2 ). In the left picture, the solution path (qi -n1 -n2 -qf ) extracted from the graph could be easily deformed into the displayed short path connecting query conﬁgurations (qi , qg ) whereas a deformation in Cf ree would be much complex in the case of the right picture. e. paths in the same homotopy class) may be too hard to deform into each other. This problem is illustrated by the example in Figure 1. Here Cf ree contains only one homotopy class.