Ola Ramström

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— Road-following for ground vehicles has been widely studied and the solutions normally tracks line markings or a salient road edge. Most of the presented approaches are thus based on geometric or spectral models and does a fit of image data to the model to ensure robustness. For operation on unmarked roads under highly varying weather and light conditions(More)
The question " what is on the table? " is normally simple for a human, but difficult for a machine. The problem is that the machine does not know what to search for, as no visual properties of the targets are known. Machine-vision algorithms, in general, need explicit knowledge of visual properties to perform object detection. Moreover, several visual(More)
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