Clothes state recognition using 3D observed data

@article{Kita2009ClothesSR,
  title={Clothes state recognition using 3D observed data},
  author={Yasuyo Kita and Toshio Ueshiba and Ee Sian Neo and Nobuyuki Kita},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
  year={2009},
  pages={1220-1225}
}
In this paper, we propose a deformable-model-driven method to recognize the state of hanging clothes using three-dimensional (3D) observed data. For the task to pick up a specific part of the clothes, it is indispensable to obtain the 3D position and posture of the part. In order to robustly obtain such information from 3D observed data of the clothes, we take a deformable-model-driven approach[4], that recognizes the clothes state by comparing the observed data with candidate shapes which are… CONTINUE READING
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