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CRV
2008
IEEE
118views Robotics» more  CRV 2008»
12 years 6 months ago
Generating Semantic Information from 3D Scans of Crime Scenes
Recent advancements in laser and visible light sensor technology allows for the collection of photorealistic 3D scans of large scale spaces. This enables the technology to be used...
Anna Topol, Michael Jenkin, Jarek Gryz, Stephanie ...
VMV
2003
203views Visualization» more  VMV 2003»
12 years 28 days ago
Semantic Scene Analysis of Scanned 3D Indoor Environments
Precise digital 3D models of indoor environments are needed in several applications, e.g., facility management, architecture, rescue and inspection robotics. This paper presents a...
Andreas Nüchter, Hartmut Surmann, Kai Lingema...
CVPR
2007
IEEE
13 years 1 months ago
Automatic Face Recognition from Skeletal Remains
The ability to determine the identity of a skull found at a crime scene is of critical importance to the law enforcement community. Traditional clay-based methods attempt to recon...
Carl Adrian, Nils Krahnstoever, Peter H. Tu, Phil ...
CVPR
2006
IEEE
13 years 1 months ago
Object Pose Detection in Range Scan Data
We address the problem of detecting complex articulated objects and their pose in 3D range scan data. This task is very difficult when the orientation of the object is unknown, an...
Jim Rodgers, Dragomir Anguelov, Hoi-Cheung Pang, D...
ICRA
2010
IEEE
226views Robotics» more  ICRA 2010»
11 years 10 months ago
Indoor scene recognition through object detection
Abstract— Scene recognition is a highly valuable perceptual ability for an indoor mobile robot, however, current approaches for scene recognition present a significant drop in p...
Pablo Espinace, Thomas Kollar, Alvaro Soto, Nichol...
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