Appearance-Based Loop Closure Detection for Online Large-Scale and Long-Term Operation

@article{Labb2013AppearanceBasedLC,
  title={Appearance-Based Loop Closure Detection for Online Large-Scale and Long-Term Operation},
  author={Mathieu Labb{\'e} and François Michaud},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Robotics},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={734-745}
}
In appearance-based localization and mapping, loop-closure detection is the process used to determinate if the current observation comes from a previously visited location or a new one. As the size of the internal map increases, so does the time required to compare new observations with all stored locations, eventually limiting online processing. This paper presents an online loop-closure detection approach for large-scale and long-term operation. The approach is based on a memory management… CONTINUE READING
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