Modeling a Sensor to Improve Its Efficacy

@article{Malakar2013ModelingAS,
  title={Modeling a Sensor to Improve Its Efficacy},
  author={Nabin K. Malakar and Daniil Gladkov and Kevin H. Knuth},
  journal={J. Sensors},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013},
  pages={481054:1-481054:11}
}
Robots rely on sensors to provide them with information about their surroundings. However, high-quality sensors can be extremely expensive and cost-prohibitive. Thus many robotic systems must make due with lower-quality sensors. Here we demonstrate via a case study how modeling a sensor can improve its efficacy when employed within a Bayesian inferential framework. As a test bed we employ a robotic arm that is designed to autonomously take its own measurements using an inexpensive LEGO light… CONTINUE READING
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