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Chapter 24 Networked-, Cloud-and Fog-Robotics

@inproceedings{Song2019Chapter2N,
  title={Chapter 24 Networked-, Cloud-and Fog-Robotics},
  author={D. Song and A. Tanwani and Ken Goldberg},
  year={2019}
}
We present an approach to simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) for RGB-D cameras like the Microsoft Kinect. Our system concurrently estimates the trajectory of a hand-held Kinect and generates a dense 3D model of the environment. We present the key features of our approach and evaluate its performance thoroughly on a recently published dataset, including a large set of sequences of different scenes with varying camera speeds and illumination conditions. In particular, we evaluate the… Expand
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