Mihai Jalobeanu

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Robot navigation is one of the most studied problems in robotics and the key capability for robot autonomy. Navigation techniques have become more and more reliable, but evaluation mainly fo-cused on individual navigation components (i.e., mapping, localization, and planning) using datasets or simulations. The goal of this paper is to define an experimental(More)
— We propose a method for evaluating the localiza-tion accuracy of an indoor navigation system in arbitrarily large environments. Instead of using externally mounted sensors, as required by most ground-truth systems, our approach involves mounting only landmarks consisting of distinct patterns printed on inexpensive foam boards. A pose estimation algorithm(More)
A short historical discussion of the Internet access' influence into the students' thinking, pointing projects devoted to use of ICT in education, together with the pressure of technological evolution for a change of educational system. The local situation regarding the ICT use in Romanian schools are analysed based on some recent Romanian e-groups teacher(More)
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