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Human tracking and identification using a sensitive floor and wearable accelerometers
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We describe a method for user tracking and localization based on textile capacitive sensor arrays placed under the floor. Expand
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Dynamical systems for the behavioral organization of autonomous robot navigation
We present an architecture for the behavioral organization of autonomous robots. For the example of navigation, we describe how complex behavior can be broken up into multiple elementary behaviors.Expand
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Large-area wireless sensor system based on smart textiles
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The SensFloor® is a textile-based large-area sensor system which is installed beneath the floor. Expand
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Image processing and behavior planning for intelligent vehicles
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Since the potential of soft computing for driver assistance systems has been recognized, much effort has been spent in the development of appropriate techniques for robust lane detection, object classification, tracking, and representation of task relevant objects. Expand
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Complex behavior by means of dynamical systems for an anthropomorphic robot
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We present an architecture to generate behavior for an anthropomorphic robot. Expand
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The dynamic approach to autonomous robot navigation
We present a dynamical systems approach to generate autonomous behavior. For the example of navigation and exploration of an autonomous agent, we develop a dynamical system, that produces classicalExpand
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Nonlinear attractor dynamics: a new approach to sensor fusion
  • A. Steinhage
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Optics East
  • 26 August 1999
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Fusing information of multiple sensor is particularly difficult if the sensor systems which provide the information have very different characteristics such as different data formats, reliabilities, signal to noise ratios, sampling rates and so on. Expand
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Learning by Doing : A Dynamic Architecture for Generating Adaptive Behavioral Sequences
We present a software architecture for the behavioral organization of a mobile robot which is entirely based on nonlinear dynamical systems. The activity of elements from a set of predefinedExpand
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Self-calibration based on invariant view recognition: Dynamic approach to navigation
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We extend a dynamic approach of behavior generation to the representation of spatial information. Expand
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