OpenRatSLAM: an open source brain-based SLAM system

@article{Ball2013OpenRatSLAMAO,
  title={OpenRatSLAM: an open source brain-based SLAM system},
  author={David Ball and Scott Heath and Janet Wiles and Gordon Wyeth and Peter I. Corke and Michael Milford},
  journal={Auton. Robots},
  year={2013},
  volume={34},
  pages={149-176}
}
RatSLAM is a navigation system based on the neural processes underlying navigation in the rodent brain, capable of operating with low resolution monocular image data. Seminal experiments using RatSLAM include mapping an entire suburb with a web camera and a long term robot delivery trial. This paper describes OpenRatSLAM, an open-source version of RatSLAM with bindings to the Robot Operating System framework to leverage advantages such as robot and sensor abstraction, networking, data playback… CONTINUE READING
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