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CDC
2010
IEEE
154views Control Systems» more  CDC 2010»
10 years 8 months ago
Multi-robot SLAM using M-Space feature representation
This paper presents a SLAM algorithm for a team of mobile robots exploring an indoor environment, described by adopting the M-Space representation of linear features. Each robot so...
Daniele Benedettelli, Andrea Garulli, Antonio Gian...
RAS
2010
164views more  RAS 2010»
10 years 12 months ago
Bridging the gap between feature- and grid-based SLAM
One important design decision for the development of autonomously navigating mobile robots is the choice of the representation of the environment. This includes the question which...
Kai M. Wurm, Cyrill Stachniss, Giorgio Grisetti
CVPR
2007
IEEE
12 years 3 months ago
Robust Real-Time Visual SLAM Using Scale Prediction and Exemplar Based Feature Description
Two major limitations of real-time visual SLAM algorithms are the restricted range of views over which they can operate and their lack of robustness when faced with erratic camera...
Denis Chekhlov, Mark Pupilli, Walterio W. Mayol-Cu...
TROB
2008
106views more  TROB 2008»
11 years 27 days ago
Discovering Higher Level Structure in Visual SLAM
We describe a novel method for discovering and incorporating higher level map structure in a real-time visual SLAM system. Previous approaches use sparse maps, populated by isolate...
Andrew P. Gee, Denis Chekhlov, Andrew Calway, Walt...
ICRA
2007
IEEE
158views Robotics» more  ICRA 2007»
11 years 7 months ago
Mini-SLAM: Minimalistic Visual SLAM in Large-Scale Environments Based on a New Interpretation of Image Similarity
— This paper presents a vision-based approach to SLAM in large-scale environments with minimal sensing and computational requirements. The approach is based on a graphical repres...
Henrik Andreasson, Tom Duckett, Achim J. Lilientha...
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