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ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Handling of randomly located moving parts using FPGA-based realtime vision
We will develop a manipulator system that can handle randomly located, moving parts. Vision algorithm to detect the planar motion of a part is implemented on an FPGA-based realtim...
Shinichi Hirai, Tatsuhiko Tsuboi, Masakazu Zakouji...
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Similarity measure determination from NURBS-warping method
With the advances in digital imagery, large accessible data storage, internet repositories, and image applications, information conveyed through images is gaining in importance. T...
Kim Meng Liang, Mandava Rajeswari, Bee Ee Khoo
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Incremental map building using an occupancy grid for an autonomous monocular robot
This paper centres on the problem of estimating the location of features in the environment within a map building framework for a mobile robot with a single camera. Most of the ex...
R. Gartshore, A. Aguado, C. Galambos
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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LTSD: a highly efficient symmetry-based robust estimator
Although the least median of squares (LMedS) method and the least trimmed squares (LTS) method are said to have a high breakdown point (50%), they can break down at unexpectedly l...
Hanzi Wang, David Suter
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Integral quadratic constraint approach vs. multiplier approach
Integral quadratic constraints (IQC) arise in many optimal and/or robust control problems. The IQC approach can be viewed as a generalization of the classical multiplier approach ...
Minyue Fu, Soura Dasgupta, Yeng Chai Soh
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Modular robot system architecture
Z. M. Bi, W. J. Zhang, Sherman Y. T. Lang
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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A novel robust method for large numbers of gross errors
In computer vision tasks, it frequently happens that gross noise occupies the absolute majority of the data. Most robust estimators can tolerate no more than 50% gross errors. In ...
Hanzi Wang, David Suter
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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A novel Bayesian shape model for facial feature extraction
Zhong Xue, Stan Z. Li, Dinggang Shen, Eam Khwang T...
ICARCV
2002
IEEE
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Quantized wavelet features and support vector machines for on-road vehicle detection
The focus of this work is on the problem of feature selection and classification for on-road vehicle detection. In particular, we propose using quantized Haar wavelet features an...
Zehang Sun, George Bebis, Ronald Miller
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