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AROBOTS
2002
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Selecting Landmarks for Localization in Natural Terrain
We describe techniques to optimally select landmarks for performing mobile robot localization by matching terrain maps. The method is based upon a maximum-likelihood robot localiza...
Clark F. Olson
AROBOTS
2002
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10 years 1 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
ICVS
1999
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
3-D Modelling and Robot Localization from Visual and Range Data in Natural Scenes
Abstract. This paper concerns the exploration of a natural environment by a mobile robot equipped with both a video camera and a range sensor (stereo or laser range finder); we fo...
Carlos Parra, Rafael Murrieta-Cid, Michel Devy, Ma...
PERVASIVE
2009
Springer
10 years 8 months ago
Landmark-Based Pedestrian Navigation with Enhanced Spatial Reasoning
Computer vision techniques can enhance landmark-based navigation by better utilizing online photo collections. We use spatial reasoning to compute camera poses, which are then regi...
Harlan Hile, Radek Grzeszczuk, Alan L. Liu, Ramakr...
MVA
2007
211views Computer Vision» more  MVA 2007»
10 years 2 months ago
Vision-based UAV Navigation in Mountain Area
Most vision-based UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) navigation algorithms extract manmade features such as buildings or roads, which are well structured in urban terrain, using the CC...
Jihwan Woo, Kilho Son, Teng Li, Gwan Sung Kim, In-...
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