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There has been greatly increased interest in using embedded vision for aquatic environments. This paper presents a robust target tracking method for a free-swimming biomimetic robotic fish by means of embedded vision and central pattern generator (CPG)-based motion control. Specifically, an algorithm called automatic continuous adaptive mean shift(More)
Implementing automatic visual tracking for underwater robots often remains a great challenge. In this paper, we demonstrate an active visual tracking case with a free-swimming robotic fish by use of a combination of TI DM3730-centered embedded hardware and software. Specifically, automatic recognition algorithms mainly involving color-based identification(More)
Biomimetic robotic fish has the distinct advantage of efficient propulsion and high maneuverability over conventional underwater vehicles. This paper addresses the underwater target search issue in a free-swimming robotic fish with embedded vision. In particular, we use the stored original image to acquire the color characteristics of the target and propose(More)
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