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AAAI
1994
10 years 5 months ago
Learning to Select Useful Landmarks
To navigate effectively, an autonomous agent must be able to quickly and accurately determine its current location. Given an initial estimate of its position (perhaps based on dea...
Russell Greiner, Ramana Isukapalli
ICRA
2009
IEEE
138views Robotics» more  ICRA 2009»
10 years 10 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
ICML
2000
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Meta-Learning by Landmarking Various Learning Algorithms
Landmarking is a novel approach to describing tasks in meta-learning. Previous approaches to meta-learning mostly considered only statistics-inspired measures of the data as a sou...
Bernhard Pfahringer, Hilan Bensusan, Christophe G....
ML
1998
ACM
153views Machine Learning» more  ML 1998»
10 years 3 months ago
Bayesian Landmark Learning for Mobile Robot Localization
To operate successfully in indoor environments, mobile robots must be able to localize themselves. Most current localization algorithms lack flexibility, autonomy, and often optim...
Sebastian Thrun
MMM
2010
Springer
230views Multimedia» more  MMM 2010»
11 years 29 days ago
Learning Landmarks by Exploiting Social Media
This paper introduces methods for automatic annotation of landmark photographs via learning textual tags and visual features of landmarks from landmark photographs that are appropr...
Chia-Kai Liang, Yu-Ting Hsieh, Tien-Jung Chuang, Y...
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