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In (3) and (4), the sigmoid function sig is used to map the deviations in length and in rotation angle into the intended range. The idea is to tolerate 42 Axel Lankenau, Thomas R¨ ofer, and Bernd Krieg-Br¨ uckner small deviations with respect to the corridors’ length or the angles, respectively, whereas large deviations lead to only small similarity values. If the route R only comprises one corner (the “don’t care corner”), i. , R = c0 , the angle is ignored, because it is the initial rotation angle that has no meaning (cf.
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