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This paper proposes a method for detecting and tracking the motion of a large number of dynamic objects in crowded environments, such as concourses in railway stations or airports, shopping malls, or convention centers. With this motion information, a mobile vehicle is able to navigate...
This paper describes a working vision-based mobile robot that navigates and autonomously explores its environment while building occupancy grid maps of the environment. We present a method for reducing stereo vision disparity images to two-dimensional map information. Stereo vision has several...
Our aim is to provide an autonomous vehicle moving into an indoor environment with a visual system to perform a qualitative 3D structure reconstruction of the surrounding environment by recovering the different planar surfaces present in the observed scene.
For many tasks, we wish to record or recover the description of a remote environment so that it can be inspected by a person. This is the problem we address in this paper. Rather than recovering a geometric description of an environment, as many robotics systems attempt to do, we seek to recover...
This paper proposes a method for making a map of large scale environment based upon route scenes, assuming that the topological relation of routes at intersections is known. A panoramic representation is used for describing route scenes, and the number of routes connecting at an intersection is...
The primary intent of this work is to present a method for sequentially associating three-dimensional surface measurements acquired by an autonomous exploration agent with models that describe those surfaces. Traditional multiple-viewpoint registration approaches are concerned only with finding...
This paper presents a vision system for the task of actively acquiring and modeling the geometry of an unknown object. Using an active trinocular stereo head (VIRTUE), sensed 3-D line segments are grouped into a polyhedral volumetric model through the aid of a constrained Delaunay triangulation....
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