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ICIP
2008
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
EKF pose estimation: How many filters and cameras to use?
The Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) is suitable for real-time pose estimation due its low computational demand and ability to handle the nonlinear perspective camera model. There are...
Mohammad Ehab Ragab, Kin-hong Wong, Jun Zhou Chen,...
ICIP
2007
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
EKF Based Pose Estimation using Two Back-to-Back Stereo Pairs
In this work, we solve the pose estimation problem for robot motion by placing multiple cameras on the robot. In particular, we use four cameras arranged as two back-to-back stere...
Mohammad Ehab Ragab, King Hong Wong, Jun Zhou Chen...
ICRA
2010
IEEE
145views Robotics» more  ICRA 2010»
8 years 1 months ago
Visual odometry priors for robust EKF-SLAM
— One of the main drawbacks of standard visual EKF-SLAM techniques is the assumption of a general camera motion model. Usually this motion model has been implemented in the liter...
Pablo Fernández Alcantarilla, Luis Miguel B...
ECCV
2008
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Differential Spatial Resection - Pose Estimation Using a Single Local Image Feature
Robust local image features have been used successfully in robot localization and camera pose estimation; region tracking using affine warps is considered state of the art also for...
Kevin Köser, Reinhard Koch
IVC
2010
95views more  IVC 2010»
8 years 1 months ago
Monocular head pose estimation using generalized adaptive view-based appearance model
Accurately estimating the person’s head position and orientation is an important task for a wide range of applications such as driver awareness, meeting analysis and human-robot...
Louis-Philippe Morency, Jacob Whitehill, Javier R....
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