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Lightweight Convolutional Neural Network with Gaussian-based Grasping Representation for Robotic Grasping Detection

@article{Cao2021LightweightCN,
  title={Lightweight Convolutional Neural Network with Gaussian-based Grasping Representation for Robotic Grasping Detection},
  author={Hu Cao and G. Chen and Zhijun Li and Jianjie Lin and A. Knoll},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.10226}
}
The method of deep learning has achieved excellent results in improving the performance of robotic grasping detection. However, the deep learning methods used in general object detection are not suitable for robotic grasping detection. Current modern object detectors are difficult to strike a balance between high accuracy and fast inference speed. In this paper, we present an efficient and robust fully convolutional neural network model to perform robotic grasping pose estimation from n-channel… Expand

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