Adaptation and Learning for Image Based Navigation

@article{Achar2008AdaptationAL,
  title={Adaptation and Learning for Image Based Navigation},
  author={Supreeth Achar and C. V. Jawahar},
  journal={2008 Sixth Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics & Image Processing},
  year={2008},
  pages={103-110}
}
Image based methods are a new approach for solving problems in mobile robotics. Instead of building a metric (3D) model of the environment, these methods work directly in the sensor (image) space. The environment is represented as a topological graph in which each node contains an image taken at some pose in the workspace, and edges connect poses between which a simple path exists. This type of representation is highly scalable and is also well suited to handle the data association problems… CONTINUE READING

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