Here you can download the source code and/or binaries of the application. Both are backed by the MIT license (see below). For license information about the embedded components please refer to their corresponding web sites.
The application is written in C# (VisualStudio 2008) and requires .Net 3.5. The user interface is built is based on WPF and as a result unfortunately only works on Windows. However, the Monte Carlo Localization algorithm itself (including all helper classes) is implemented in the non-UI library 'ProbabilisticRobot' which is independent of WPF and should either directly compile against Mono on Linux / Apple or require only very minor tweaks.
Extract into a folder and start ProbabilisticRobot.UI.exe
Extract into a folder then open the solution file ProbabilisticRobot.sln in the Code sub folder.
- Troschuetz.Random: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/recipes/Random.aspx
- WPF Toolkit (for the UI only): http://wpf.codeplex.com/Wikipage
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