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Topological Visual Localization Using Decentralized Galois Lattices

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Topological Visual Localization Using Decentralized Galois Lattices
Abstract. This paper presents a new decentralized method for selecting visual landmarks in a structured environment. Different images, issued from the different places, are analyzed, and primitives are extracted to determine whether or not features are present in the images. Subsequently, landmarks are selected as a combination of these features with a mathematical formalism called Galois -or concept- lattices. The main drawback of the general approach is the exponential complexity of lattice building algorithms. A decentralized approach is therefore defined and detailed here: it leads to smaller lattices, and thus to better performance as well as an improved legibility.
Emmanuel Zenou, Malik Ghallab, Manuel Samuelides
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ECAI
Authors Emmanuel Zenou, Malik Ghallab, Manuel Samuelides
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