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ICRA
2006
IEEE
136views Robotics» more  ICRA 2006»
14 years 9 days ago
Fault Detection for Mobile Robots using Redundant Positioning Systems
— Reliable navigation is a very important part of an autonomous mobile robot system. This means for instance that the robot should not lose track of its position, even if unexpec...
Paul Sundvall, Patric Jensfelt
JIRS
2007
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13 years 6 months ago
Improving Robustness of Mobile Robots Using Model-based Reasoning
Retaining functionality of a mobile robot in the presence of faults is of particular interest in autonomous robotics. From our experiences in robotics we know that hardware is one ...
Michael W. Hofbaur, Johannes Köb, Gerald Stei...
AHS
2007
IEEE
269views Hardware» more  AHS 2007»
14 years 19 days ago
Automatic Synthesis of Fault Detection Modules for Mobile Robots
In this paper, we present a new approach for automatic synthesis of fault detection modules for autonomous mobile robots. The method relies on the fact that hardware faults typica...
Anders Lyhne Christensen, Rehan O'Grady, Mauro Bir...
ICRA
2002
IEEE
118views Robotics» more  ICRA 2002»
13 years 11 months ago
Fault Tolerance in Cooperative Manipulators
The problem of fault tolerance in cooperative manipulators rigidly connected to a solid object is addressed in this paper. Four faults are considered: free-swinging joint faults, ...
Renato Tinós, Marco H. Terra, Marcel Berger...
ICARCV
2008
IEEE
154views Robotics» more  ICARCV 2008»
14 years 22 days ago
Detecting spurious features using parity space
—Detection of spurious features is instrumental in many computer vision applications. The standard approach is feature based, where extracted features are matched between the ima...
David Törnqvist, Thomas B. Schön, Fredri...