Alexander Carballo

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This paper describes an implementation of a mobile robot system for autonomous navigation in outdoor concurred walkways. The task was to navigate through non-modified pedestrian paths with people and bicycles passing by. The robot has multiple redundant sensors which include wheel encoders, an IMU, a DGPS and four laser scanner sensors. All the computation(More)
— Effective detection of people is a basic requirement for robot coexistence in human environments. In our previous work [1] we proposed a method for people detection and position estimation using multiple layers of Laser Range Finders (LRF) in a mobile robot. We extend our work by introducing laser reflection intensity as a novel feature for people(More)
In recent years, Web Caching has been considered one of the key areas to improve web usage efficiency. However, caching web objects proposes many considerations about the validity of the cache. Ideally, it would be valuable to have a consistent cache, where no invalid relationships among objects are held. Several alternatives have been offered to keep(More)
— Successful detection of people is a basic requirement for a robot to achieve symbiosis in people's daily life. Specifically, a mobile robot designed to follow people needs to keep track of people's position through time, for it defines the robot's position and trajectory. In this work we introduce the usage of reflection intensity data of Laser Range(More)
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