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Cue-based equivalence classes and incremental discrimination for multi-cue recognition of "interactionable" objects

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Cue-based equivalence classes and incremental discrimination for multi-cue recognition of "interactionable" objects
— There is a subset of objects for which interaction can provide numerous cues to those objects’ identity. Robots are often in situations where they can take advantage being able to observe humans interacting with the objects. In this paper, we define this subset of ‘interactionable’ objects for which we use our Multiple-Cue Object Recognition algorithm (MCOR) to take advantage of using multiple cues. We present
Sarah Aboutalib, Manuela M. Veloso
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Type Conference
Year 2009
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Authors Sarah Aboutalib, Manuela M. Veloso
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