ELVIS: Eigenvectors for Land Vehicle Image System

@inproceedings{Hancock1995ELVISEF,
  title={ELVIS: Eigenvectors for Land Vehicle Image System},
  author={John A. Hancock and Charles E. Thorpe},
  booktitle={IROS},
  year={1995}
}
ELVIS (Eigenvectors for Land Vehicle Image System) is a road-following system designed to drive the CMU Navlabs. It is based on ALVINN, the neural network road-following system built by Dean Pomerleau at CMU. ALVINN provided the motivation for creating ELVIS: although ALVINN is successful, it is not entirely clear why the system works. ELVIS is an attempt to more fully understand ALVINN and to determine whether it is possible to design a system that can rival ALVINN using the same input and… CONTINUE READING

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