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RAS
2002
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Reference scan matching for global self-localization
Especially in dynamic environments a key feature concerning the robustness of mobile robot navigation is the capability of global self-localization. This term denotes a robot'...
Joachim Weber, Lutz Franken, Klaus-Werner Jör...
PAMI
2002
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Vision for Mobile Robot Navigation: A Survey
This paper surveys the developments of the last 20 years in the area of vision for mobile robot navigation. Two major components of the paper deal with indoor navigation and outdoo...
Guilherme N. DeSouza, Avinash C. Kak
RAS
2000
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Robot navigation in the real world: : Experiments with Manchester's FortyTwo in unmodified, large environments
Mobile robot navigation under controlled laboratory conditions is, by now, state of the art and reliably achievable. To transfer navigation mechanisms used in such small-scale env...
Ulrich Nehmzow, Carl Owen
JIRS
2007
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Vision Based Target Tracking and Collision Avoidance for Mobile Robots
A real-time object tracking and collision avoidance method for mobile robot navigation is presented using stereo vision and a laser sensor. Stereo vision is used to identify the ta...
Athanasios Tsalatsanis, Kimon P. Valavanis, Ali Ya...
JIRS
2006
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Symbolic Trajectory Description in Mobile Robotics
Abstract. Autonomous mobile robot navigation systems are based on three principal kinds of techniques: map-based navigation, map-building-based navigation and mapless navigation. W...
Gilbert Pradel, Philippe Hoppenot
AAAI
2000
11 years 11 months ago
Performance Comparison of Landmark Recognition Systems for Navigating Mobile Robots
Self-localisation is an essential competence for mobile robot navigation. Due to the fundamental unreliability of dead reckoning, a robot must depend on its perception of external...
Tom Duckett, Ulrich Nehmzow
IJIT
2004
11 years 11 months ago
Mobile Robot Navigation Using Local Model Networks
Developing techniques for mobile robot navigation constitutes one of the major trends in the current research on mobile robotics. This paper develops a local model network (LMN) fo...
Hamdi A. Awad, Mohamed A. Al-Zorkany
ROBOCUP
2000
Springer
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12 years 1 months ago
Observation Strategy for Decision Making Based on Information Criterion
Self localization seems necessary for mobile robot navigation. The conventional method such as geometric reconstruction from landmark observations is generally time-consuming and ...
Noriaki Mitsunaga, Minoru Asada
ICRA
1998
IEEE
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12 years 1 months ago
Active Laser Radar for High Performance Measurements
: Laser scanners, or laser radars (ladar), have been used for a number of years for mobile robot navigation and inspection tasks. Although previous scanners were sufficient for low...
John Hancock, Dirk Langer, Martial Hebert, Ryan Su...
ICRA
2006
IEEE
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12 years 3 months ago
Qualitative Vision-based Mobile Robot Navigation
— We present a novel, simple algorithm for mobile robot navigation. Using a teach-replay approach, the robot is manually led along a desired path in a teaching phase, then the ro...
Zhichao Chen, Stanley T. Birchfield
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