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IROS
2006
IEEE
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9 years 6 months ago
Landmark Selection for Task-Oriented Navigation
—Many vision-based navigation systems are restricted to the use of only a limited number of landmarks when computing the camera pose. This limitation is due to the overhead of de...
Ronen Lerner, Ehud Rivlin, Ilan Shimshoni
TPCG
2003
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Guided Navigation in Task-Oriented 3D Graph Visualizations
In many application areas an optimal visualization of a complex graph depends on the specific task to be accomplished by the user. Therefore a means of locally customizable layou...
Guido Reina, Sven Lange-Last, Klaus D. Engel, Thom...
WAPCV
2004
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
A Visual Attention-Based Approach for Automatic Landmark Selection and Recognition
Visual attention refers to the ability of a vision system to rapidly detect visually salient locations in a given scene. On the other hand, the selection of robust visual landmarks...
Nabil Ouerhani, Heinz Hügli, Gabriel Gruener,...
ICRA
2009
IEEE
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9 years 6 months ago
Which landmark is useful? Learning selection policies for navigation in unknown environments
Abstract— In general, a mobile robot that operates in unknown environments has to maintain a map and has to determine its own location given the map. This introduces significant...
Hauke Strasdat, Cyrill Stachniss, Wolfram Burgard
AROBOTS
2002
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8 years 11 months ago
Visual Navigation in Natural Environments: From Range and Color Data to a Landmark-Based Model
This paper concerns the exploration of a natural environment by a mobile robot equipped with both a video color camera and a stereo-vision system. We focus on the interest of such ...
Rafael Murrieta-Cid, Carlos Parra, Michel Devy
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