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This work presents Object Landmarks, a new type of visual feature designed for visual localization over major changes in distance and scale. An Object Landmark consists of a bounding box...
Classic control theory applied to compliant and soft robots generally involves an increment of computation that has no equivalent in biology. To tackle this, morphological computation describes a theoretical framework that takes advantage of the computational capabilities of physical bodies....
Modern multi-robot systems often need to solve computationally intensive tasks but operate with limited compute resources and in the presence of failures. Cooperating to share computational tasks between robots at the edge reduces execution time. We introduce and evaluate a new computation load...
The goal of this paper is to describe a vision system for humanoid robot soccer players that does not use any color information, and whose object detectors are based on the use of convolutional neural networks. The main features of this system are the following: (i) real-time operation in...
Industrial robots are increasingly used to perform tasks requiring an interaction with the surrounding environment (e.g., assembly tasks). Such environments are usually (partially) unknown to the robot, requiring the implemented controllers to suitably react to the established interaction....
We present a novel method for learning from demonstration 6-D tasks that can be modeled as a sequence of linear motions and compliances. The focus of this paper is the learning of a single linear primitive, many of which can be sequenced to perform more complex tasks. The presented method learns...
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