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6D Visual SLAM for RGB-D Sensors

@inproceedings{Hess20126DVS,
  title={6D Visual SLAM for RGB-D Sensors},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Hess and Nikolas Engelhard and J{\"u}rgen Sturm},
  year={2012}
}
Zusammenfassung Zur Automatisierung komplexer Manipulationsaufgaben in dynamischen oder unbekannten Umgebungen benötigt die Steuerungssoftware eines autonomen Roboters eine Repräsentation des Arbeitsbereiches, mit der die Kollisionsfreiheit bei der Durchführung der Aufgabe gewährleistet werden kann. Dieser Beitrag beschreibt ein neues System zur Erstellung von 3D-Umgebungsrepräsentationen aus den RGB-D-Daten neuartiger Kameras, wie der Microsoft Kinect. Durch die Unabhängigkeit von weiterer… 
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