Learning Long-range Terrain Perception for Autonomous Mobile Robots

@inproceedings{Wang2010LearningLT,
  title={Learning Long-range Terrain Perception for Autonomous Mobile Robots},
  author={Mingjun Wang and Jun Zhou and Jun Tu and Chengliang Liu},
  year={2010}
}
Long-range terrain perception has a high value in performing efficient autonomous navigation and risky intervention tasks for field robots, such as earlier recognition of hazards, better path planning, and higher speeds. However, Stereo-based navigation systems can only perceive near-field terrain due to the nearsightedness of stereo vision. Many near-to-far learning methods, based on regions’ appearance features, are proposed to predict the far-field terrain. We proposed a statistical… CONTINUE READING
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