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A realistic benchmark for visual indoor place recognition

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A realistic benchmark for visual indoor place recognition
An important competence for a mobile robot system is the ability to localize and perform context interpretation. This is required to perform basic navigation and to facilitate local specific services. Recent advances in vision have made this modality a viable alternative to the traditional range sensors and visual place recognition algorithms emerged as a useful and widely applied tool for obtaining information about robot’s position. Several place recognition methods have been proposed using vision alone or combined with sonar and/or laser. This research calls for standard benchmark datasets for development, evaluation and comparison of solutions. To this end, this paper presents two carefully designed and annotated image databases augmented with an experimental procedure and extensive baseline evaluation. The databases were gathered in an uncontrolled indoor office environment using two mobile robots and a standard camera. The acquisition spanned across a time range of several mo...
Andrzej Pronobis, Barbara Caputo, Patric Jensfelt,
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where RAS
Authors Andrzej Pronobis, Barbara Caputo, Patric Jensfelt, Henrik I. Christensen
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