Keon Yong Lee

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In this paper, we propose an algorithmic compass that yields the heading information of a mobile robot using the vanishing point in indoor environments: VPass. With the VPass, a loop-closing effect (which is a significant reduction of errors by revisiting a known place through a loop) can be achieved even for a loop-less environment. From the implementation(More)
This paper proposes a path planner for a humanoid robot to enhance its performance in terms of the human-robot interaction perspective. From the human point of view, the proposed method uses the time index that can generate a path that humans feel to be natural. In terms of the robot, the proposed method yields a waypoint-based path, the simplicity of which(More)
Recent development in the field of nanomaterials has given rise into the inquiries regarding the toxicological characteristics of the nanomaterials. While many individual nanomaterials have been screened for their toxicological effects, composites that accompany nanomaterials are not common subjects to such screening through toxicological assessment. One of(More)
In indoor environments, there exists a few distinctive indoor spaces' features (ISFs). However, up to our knowledge, there is no algorithm that fully utilizes ISF for accurate 3-D SLAM. In this letter, we suggest a sensor system that efficiently captures ISF and propose an algorithm framework that accurately estimates sensor's 3-D poses by utilizing ISF.(More)
In this paper we analyze the differences in the EKF-SLAM frameworks that are constructed using different coordinate system. First, we derive the EKF equations in the world coordinate system through modification of the EKF equations in the robot coordinate system. When the reference coordinate system is changed, the equations change due to its nonlinear(More)
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