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We consider the view planning problem where a range sensor is mounted on a robot mechanism with non-trivial geometry and kinematics. The robot-sensor system is required to explore the environment for obstacles and free space. We present an information theoretical approach in which the sensing...
In this paper we describe Atlas, a hybrid metrical/topological approach to simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) that achieves efficient mapping of large-scale environments. The representation is a graph of coordinate frames, with each vertex in the graph representing a local frame and...
This paper addresses the problem of rejecting interference due to secondary specular reflections, cross-talk and other mechanisms in an active light stripe scanner for robotic applications. Conventional scanning methods control the environment to ensure the brightness of the stripe exceeds that...
Cameras and inertial sensors are each good candidates for autonomous vehicle navigation, modeling from video, and other applications that require six-degrees-of-freedom motion estimation. However, these sensors are also good candidates to be deployed together, since each can be used to resolve...
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