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CVPR
2005
IEEE
10 years 11 months ago
MER-DIMES: A Planetary Landing Application of Computer Vision
During the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) landings, the Descent Image Motion Estimation System (DIMES) was used for horizontal velocity estimation. The DIMES algorithm combines mea...
Yang Cheng, Andrew Edie Johnson, Larry Matthies
RSS
2007
158views Robotics» more  RSS 2007»
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Vision-Aided Inertial Navigation for Precise Planetary Landing: Analysis and Experiments
Abstract—In this paper, we present the analysis and experimental validation of a vision-aided inertial navigation algorithm for planetary landing applications. The system employs...
Anastasios I. Mourikis, Nikolas Trawny, Stergios I...
IJCV
2007
207views more  IJCV 2007»
9 years 9 months ago
Computer Vision on Mars
Increasing the level of spacecraft autonomy is essential for broadening the reach of solar system exploration. Computer vision has and will continue to play an important role in in...
Larry Matthies, Mark W. Maimone, Andrew Edie Johns...
CVPR
2010
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
Proximate Sensing: Inferring What-Is-Where From Georeferenced Photo Collections
The primary and novel contribution of this work is the conjecture that large collections of georeferenced photo collections can be used to derive maps of what-is-where on the surf...
Daniel Leung, Shawn Newsam
VIS
2004
IEEE
124views Visualization» more  VIS 2004»
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Constrained Inverse Volume Rendering for Planetary Nebulae
Determining the three-dimensional structure of distant astronomical objects is a challenging task, given that terrestrial observations provide only one viewpoint. For this task, b...
Charles D. Hansen, Gordon L. Kindlmann, Marcus A. ...
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