On Bayesian Inference for Embodied Perception of Object Poses

@inproceedings{Marton2013OnBI,
  title={On Bayesian Inference for Embodied Perception of Object Poses},
  author={Zoltan-Csaba Marton and Serkan Tuerker},
  year={2013}
}
While there exists no generally accepted theory explaining human brain functions, there are large scale projects aiming to elucidate it in the near future [1]. There are several theories on how the brain perceives and reacts to the world, and these provide promising research directions also for robotics. The one most relevant to the integration approach presented here is the Bayesian brain principle [2], which assumes a continuous update of hypotheses about the world, and correcting them… CONTINUE READING

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