Integrating Vision and Spatial Reasoning for Assistive Navigation

@inproceedings{Gribble1998IntegratingVA,
  title={Integrating Vision and Spatial Reasoning for Assistive Navigation},
  author={William S. Gribble and Robert L. Browning and Micheal Hewett and Emilio Remolina and Benjamin Kuipers},
  booktitle={Assistive Technology and Artificial Intelligence},
  year={1998}
}
This paper describes the goals and research directions of the University of Texas Artiicial Intelligence Lab's Intelligent Wheelchair Project (IWP). The IWP is a work in progress. The authors are part of a collab-orative eeort to bring expertise from knowledge representation , control, planning, and machine vision to bear on this diicult and interesting problem domain. Our strategy uses knowledge about the semantic structure of space to focus processing power and sensing resources. The semi… CONTINUE READING
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