Robert E. Mullen

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A robotic system that can visually track and intercept an arbitrary object which is travelling at an unknown velocity on a conveyor has been presented. A fiber-optic eye-in-hand vision system developed by the Robotics and Intelligent Systems Laboratory at NCSU is used as an integral part of the entire tracking system. The eye-in-hand system is employed to(More)
Flexible operation of a robotic agent in an uncalibrated environment requires the ability to recover unknown or partially known parameters of the workspace through sensing. Of the sensors available to a robotic agent, visual sensors provide information that is richer and more complete than other sensors. In this paper we present robust techniques for the(More)
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