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A scalable distributed approach to mobile robot vision
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Benjamin Kuipers, principal investigator; Robert L. Browning; William S. Gribble.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- 206090., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206090.|
|Contributions||Browning, Robert L., Gribble, William S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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A Scalable Distributed Approach to Mobile Robot Vision (NAG) to Final Report Benjamin Kuipers, Principal Investigator Robert L. Browning, Graduate Research Assistant.
A Scalable Distributed Approach to Mobile Robot Vision. Get this from a library. A scalable distributed approach to mobile robot vision: (NAG ), tofinal report. [Benjamin Kuipers; Robert L Browning; William S Gribble; United.
This paper documents our progress during the first year of work on our original proposal entitled 'A Scalable Distributed Approach to Mobile Robot Vision'. We are pursuing a strategy for real-time visual identification and tracking of complex objects which does not rely on specialized image-processing hardware.
The use of vision in mobile robotics in one of the main goal of this thesis. In particular novel appearance based approaches for image matching metric are introduced.
These approaches are applied to the problem of mobile robot localization. Similarity measures between robot's views are used in probabilistic methods for robot pose Cited by: 1.
Written for first- and second-year graduate students in control and robotics, the book will also be useful to researchers in control theory, robotics, distributed algorithms, and automata theory.
The book 1/5(1). A new algorithm for the control of formations of mobile robots is presented. Formations with a triangular lattice structure are created using distributed control rules, using only local information on each by: 8.
A Scalable Information Theoretic Approach to Distributed Robot Coordination Brian J. Julian y, Michael Angermann z, Mac Schwager x, and Daniela Rus Abstract This paper presents a scalable information theoretic approach to infer the state of an environment by distributively controlling robots equipped.
This book presents a coherent approach to the fast moving field of machine vision, using a consistent notation based on a detailed understanding of the image formation process. It covers even the most recent research and will provide a useful and current reference for professionals working in the fields of machine vision.
For this purpose, in this paper we present a distributed and scalable tracking system, based on a previous work  with several improvements as described in the following.
The new system directly uses video input from the robot. Scalable Accelerated Decentralized Multi-Robot Policy Search in Continuous Observation Spaces Shayegan Omidshaﬁei 1, Christopher Amato2, Miao Liu3, Michael Everett, Jonathan 1, John Vian4 Abstract—This paper presents the ﬁrst ever approach.
In this paper, scalable collaborative human-robot systems for information gathering applications are approached as a decentralized Bayesian sensor network problem. This paper describes a method for localizing the members of a mobile robot team, using only the robots themselves as landmarks, that is, we describe a method whereby each robot can determine.
A real-time algorithm for mobile robot mapping with applications to multi-robot and 3d mapping. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), volume Cited by: The rest of this paper will introduce a new robot, Kilobot, which is a low cost, open-source robot with fully scalable robot is designed to make testing collective algorithms on hundreds or Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Mobile robots have been widely used in industry for civilian and military tasks. For example, Urrea and Muoz evaluated the performance of position control for a mobile robot in crops; Kim and Hong proposed a distributed and autonomous routing algorithm for distributed mobile surveillance robotics platforms.
According to Bailey and Durrant-Whyte, mobile robot Cited by: 9. A Scalable Information Theoretic Approach to Distributed Robot Coordination Brian J. Julian y, Michael Angermann z, Mac Schwager x, and Daniela Rus Abstract This paper presents a scalable information.
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The control both stabilizes the system and drives it to target positions with target .This paper deals with the problem of autonomous navigation of a mobile robot in an unknown 2D environment to fully explore the environment as efficiently as possible.
We assume a terrestrial mobile robot Cited by: 3.Guidance of a Mobile Robot using Computer Vision over a Distributed System Oliver M C Williams (JE) Fourth-year undergraduate project in Group E / I hereby declare that, except where .