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We study two theoretical problems that arise naturally in the application domain of assisted
navigation. Connectthedots in a graph is a graphtheoretical problem with application to
robot indoor localization. Buffon’s needle on a chessboard is a problem in geometric probability
with application to the design of RFIDenabled surface for robotassisted navigation.
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