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AMS
2007
Springer
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10 years 7 months ago
Active Monte Carlo Localization in Outdoor Terrains Using Multi-level Surface Maps
Abstract. In this paper we consider the problem of active mobile robot localization with range sensors in outdoor environments. In contrast to passive approaches our approach activ...
Rainer Kümmerle, Patrick Pfaff, Rudolph Trieb...
AAAI
2004
10 years 2 months ago
A Multi-Resolution Pyramid for Outdoor Robot Terrain Perception
This paper addresses the problem of outdoor terrain modeling for the purposes of mobile robot navigation. We propose an approach in which a robot acquires a set of terrain models ...
Michael Montemerlo, Sebastian Thrun
JFR
2008
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10 years 1 months ago
Monte Carlo localization in outdoor terrains using multilevel surface maps
We propose a novel combination of techniques for robustly estimating the position of a mobile robot in outdoor environments using range data. Our approach applies a particle filte...
Rainer Kümmerle, Rudolph Triebel, Patrick Pfa...
WACV
2007
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Localization and Mapping for Autonomous Navigation in Outdoor Terrains : A Stereo Vision Approach
We consider the problem of autonomous navigation in unstructured outdoor terrains using vision sensors. The goal is for a robot to come into a new environment, map it and move to ...
Motilal Agrawal, Kurt Konolige, Robert C. Bolles
ICRA
2008
IEEE
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10 years 8 months ago
Incremental spectral clustering and seasons: Appearance-based localization in outdoor environments
— The problem of appearance-based mapping and navigation in outdoor environments is far from trivial. In this paper, an appearance-based topological map, covering a large, mixed ...
Christoffer Valgren, Achim J. Lilienthal
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